In late 1970, the Clinchfield decided that additional switchers in Erwin and Kingsport were needed to help reclassify trains that entered the major yards there. However, rather than purchase new ... (more)
The entire fleet of the nine-mile Southern Switching Company (with a company truck and a few employees) can be seen here in the shortline's downtown headquarters. Former Navy NW2 1866 in the foreg... (more)
If you are driving along the 401 you might just miss this place, but if you travel a little off of the beaten track you might be surprised with what you can find. Situated in the small community o... (more)
Georgia Railroad NW2 #904 on the Hulsey Yard service track. #904 was built November 1949
Heber Valley Railroad's Provo Canyon Limited rambles through a patch of mustard weed, approaching Wallsburg on July 3, 1993.
Prior to firing up Cargill NW2 1320, the caps on the stacks must be removed. CRGX 1320 was built in June 1949 as Texas & New Orleans 80. The engine was later renumbered into parent Southern Pacifi... (more)
Former TSBY NW2 1977, not yet lettered over to current owner Great Lakes Central sits at the Cadillac Locomotive Terminal. The original idea for this locomotive was to switch the Yuma Sand Plant,... (more)
Union Pacific NW2 No. 1011 leads a chartered dinner train on the Heber Creeper just outside Provo Canyon approaching Deer Creek Dam. The first car is a former rotary snow plow turned into a power ... (more)
TH&B NW-2 #51 sits outside the OSR shop in Salford, Ont. The unit is of 1947 EMD vintage and in excellent shape.
The pride and joy of the OSR fleet sits on display outside of the newly expanded Salford Shops.
Hallett Dock 12 spots a cut of cars for unloading on Dock 6, the empties are on the down hill slope from the Car Unloading System, the backhoe is used to removed the stubborn remains of bentonite ... (more)
TSBY 1977 sitting stored out of service along with an ex-CB&Q bi-level at Cadillac.
a mix of power outside the old GN roundhouse in Superior
While no longer owned or operated by KCS, 4223 doesn't look to show any markings of its present owner at this Council Bluffs elevator where it happens to switch out KCS grain shuttles.