The Borax brush sprayer is almost to the telephone pole on the Rock Island at Pleasant Hill, Mo. Aug. 28, 1965. Such work trains could disburse over 100,000 gallons of herbicides in a day. Then... (more)
Would you say it was high time to run the brush sprayer? Note the barely-visible pole line crossarm, adjacent to the two Rock Island GP-7s 1347-1337. Borax contractor brush sprayer was eastboun... (more)
Days gone by at Ridgefield Park. Both the EMD and the U-Boat are long gone.
FCEN handles a Herzog ballast train for CFRC. Part of this train derailed at the spot in the background, if you'll note the pile of rock. At the time, it was being pushed from the Conrad Yelving... (more)
A GP18 & GP10 power the northbound turn through an old industrial part of Canton.
Now owned by G&W, this former Rock Island GP18 faces a unknown future. It's next stop, probably by the nearest torch being G&W is on a rant of cutting up anything that is 567 powered which has suf... (more)
I shot this scene of the Bristol local doing some switching in Abingdon, VA on October 4, 1984. That car on the left appears to be carrying nose cones for a large aircraft---but I thought it looke... (more)
In a 1910 vintage barn "The Traction Company's" two locomotives assigned to work the Central Valley branch await an afternoon of serving customers in the Lodi area. The crew refer to their base a... (more)
CCT 1790 takes a train from Lodi back to Stockton
CCT 1790 waits to head out of town as the crew receives its orders at the barn
CCT 1790 heads out of Stockton with a train for Lodi
1790 leads its short train out of town as it rounds the Sweeping curve near Wilson Way in Stockton
CCT 1790 waits at the barn in Stockton
Loaded grain train for Pilgrims Pride heads north behind five Georgia Northeastern geeps on a hot summer afternoon.