UPY 681 - 33 years old and making smoke while making money
Smoke 'em if ya got 'em... Two of the Indiana Northeastern's finest lead a heavy train into Angola, putting on an impressive smoke and sound show at the Fox Lake Road overpass.
This GE puts on a nice smoke show as it departs Livingston for the assault on Bozeman Pass.
DL&W #664 leads a Steamtown excursion out of the Nay Aug Tunnel in Scranton in a scene very reminiscent of days long gone. The right of way is former Lackawanna and provided a link from Scranton,... (more)
Start the day right Just after a crew member of Montana Rail link’s Paradise Local started up the two GP9s, smoke from the warming machines puffs into the cloud leaden sky at Paradise, ... (more)
Northeastbound FCAB international train crossing San Pedro old station between Conchi and Polapi, in route to Ollague.
Smokin’ at McCook After waiting for a couple of Santa Fe trains to clear the diamond, a long and heavy Belt Railway of Chicago freight gets its turn on the crossing at McCook, Illinois,... (more)
The engineer grabs a couple of notches to start his heavy train up the grade as 5 Alco's lead the Blue Looper coal train south out of Holbrook, AZ on 4/12/12.
October 1941 saw the release of Disney's "Dumbo," the last day of carving on Mount Rushmore, and the almost daily escalation of World War II overseas by the German Reich. It was also the month th... (more)
After a friend told me that 203 had a engine that was smoking it up in South Carolina I was thinking it was a small smoke cloud, but when I saw smoke rising behind the trees coming around the curv... (more)
2 Apache Railway Alcos smoke it up for the photographers as they head south with 5 loads of feed for PF Farmer Johns on 7/24/13.
LV 414 leads two RS-3's for work in Carbondale.
One of the last "big Alco lashup" A&M Monett turns yards their train on the north side of Springdale with six C420's.
Altiplanic power of FCAB, after leaving behind the town of San Pedro and start climbing towards Ascotan (4000 mts), the highest point on the way to Ollagüe.