War weary geep sits outside the SLSF shop at St Louis.
Former Rock Island GP7 4140 kicks cars at Butler Yard in a repeated cacophony of it's EMD 567 revving up, followed immediately by the squealing of brake shoes, a run-out of slack and, wait for it.... (more)
A blast of the horn carries for miles across the sandhills of North Carolina, but the sound of the locomotive bell - that means you're close. The hurried clang-clang-clang, rising in pitch as it a... (more)
CNRY GP7 #55 leads a "Brunch Special", using the Cincinnati Dinner Train equipment, along the former PRR Oasis Secondary, headed towards downtown Cincinnati.
The ex-C&NW geep feels right at home, the b-unit not so much. The light rail and single car tells the story on how hard it is for this line to survive.
A very short train heads for Wisconsin Rapids on Milwaukee track north of Necedah. CNW 4307, 927, 6864 has 2 cars and a caboose flying right along on the rebuilt Milwaukee Valley Line. The 4307 is... (more)
Switching Los Angeles Union Passenger Terminal on April 15th, 1982, is Amtrak GP7 761. The old GP is bringing in a cut of Amfleet cars for a San Diegan. Amtrak 761 began life as Frisco GP... (more)
"Restored To Her Former Glory" Canadian National's GP-18 is on display at the Steamwhistle Rounhouse in downtown Toronto. In the background remains a coaling tower with CN's 4-8-2 number 6213 on d... (more)
GP7/16 number 7 rests for the next few months in the Santa Fe Southern's yard tracks while a Railrunner trainset lays over.
ex-CR 5751, exx-PC 5751, nee-NYC 5751. From my collection, photographer unknown.
OSRX 383 & 175 start making their way towards Woodstock after picking up hoppers from Putnam and auto racks from Cami.
Minnesota Southern's weekday turn to the Union Pacific yard at Worthington slowly rumbles west towards Luverne to tie up for the night. This former CNW / Omaha Road granger line has proven to be a... (more)
Seaboard Coast Line GP7 #714 awaiting its next work at Hamlet, NC || February 1971
Santa Fe Railway drops of cars at Lamy for the Santa Fe Southern to pick up for the City of Santa Fe. Later they are returned to Lamy for the Santa Fe Railway to pick up.