This Baltimore and Ohio I 17a Caboose sits on display
at Oakland Maryland's lovely Baltimore and Ohio
Depot. Nicely restored, inside and out by A J Savopolos,
during 2013/2014, with help, he ... (more)
A GE centercab and a SD40T-2 spend the night at the Powerrail shops at Monroe, GA.
HMCR's GEs head south with a single car.
HMCR's northbound turn rolls across Pinhook Creek at sunset with a ex-Southern B23-7 running long-end forward leading the way.
Ozark Valley 1321 sits at the Cerro Flow Productions plant.
Turning at Tate's Cut. The Valley Railroad's big New Haven Mikado #3025 has just cut off from her Santa Special consist at Deep River Landing and is now pulling forward past the yard's nort... (more)
HMCR's GE's sit in Huntsville waiting for the next train to run. It appears business on the line has dropped off, as long strings of storage cars are now in place south of Ditto Marina, blocking a... (more)
Old Reliable. It's only 3PM, but the shadows are rapidly taking over the Sheepscot Yard as WW&F #10 makes her way from the water tank to the station area, to pick up her 6th and final train... (more)
One a cold January day, I&O 5013 and HLCX 7860 set at I&O's Konrad Yard. HLCX 7860 is a former BNSF SD40-2.
On a foggy Christmas night, a street light in the distance somewhat silhouettes the Marion CPL which hasn't seen a train all day. The Christmas lights are still twinkling at the house in the dista... (more)
Con Agra's lone GP7 sits out front of the huge feed mill in Gainesville. In just a few minutes, the EMD engine will begin it's switching duties for the day.
A lone SD40-2, in the form of ex. BN 7862, sits at the Gainesville yard waiting it's turn to be used for local power.
On the day after Christmas, one of Norfolk Southern's SD40-2's waits it's call to duty, as it takes a rest at the Gainesville yard.
The re-birth of WW&F Locomotive #9. It's been 82 years since this little gal last had a fire in her belly. And on the day the fire was last dropped, the odds of her having any sort of futu... (more)
On a very dense foggy day, this CSX power sits at the elevator in South Charleston.