This engine is now restored and operated by Canadian Pacific as " The Empress ". The good-looking Hudson type rides the turntable after having arrived earlier with a suburban train from Rigaud, Qu... (more)
A Monday morning finds GP7 243 and SW7 9259 pulling cuts of cars at the east end of Burlington's big freight yard.
The smoke from Y6a 2167 lingers as grimy class A 1219 steams through the station with a westbound freight near the end of the locomotive's run.
CNR Canadian Locomotive Company A-B C-Liners wait with southbound freight 340 at Amherst. They are waiting for the steam excursion behind 2-8-0 467 to clear.
The 1937 Budd-built Navajo was on the rear of the CHIEF. This car was one of Budd's first non-articulated lightweights having been built for the first SUPER CHIEF set.
A westbound Jersey Central freight has just crossed the Lehigh Valley trackage and passes the LV roundhouse. The A-B-A set of F3 units are followed by two Alco six-motor road-switchers, all workin... (more)
Lehigh Valley 518 is still in the original Cornell red color scheme as the A-B-B-A set of F3 units backs up at Lehighton late on a May afternoon.
A CB&Q E8 leads three other E units on a very long DENVER ZEPHYR inbound to Chicago.
Jersey central TrainMaster 2404 arrives at Elizabeth with a NEW YORK CLOCKER from the west.
A freshly painted wood-sheathed caboose sits in Turcot yard.
A clean PRR E7 sits next to the engine house in the late afternoon at S. Amboy. Notice the metal bands on the grille behind the cab door that carried part of the as-delivered five stripe color sch... (more)
Five N&W GP9 units pass under the " photographers bridge " with an eastbound coal drag.
A nicely matched A-B-A set of Jersey Central "Babyface " Baldwin diesels are about to pass under the Lehigh Valley with a westbound freight.
Reading T-1 2124 has been cut off from the Iron Horse Ramble as 2100 takes over for the run to Gettysburg. The direct broadside was shot from the open coach window during the engine change.
An EMD E7 leads an A-B-A combination of E units on a very long GREEN DIAMOND departing for St. Louis.