After stopping to let eastbound traffic pass, NS 65K with the AC44C6M pair makes their way west, passing the Amtrak station in Latrobe.
Fresh from the paint shop, CNW 4248 leads a short freight out of the yard in Appleton, WI in August of 1984.
Welcome to the world Central Maine & Quebec SD40-2F #9021! Ironically the 9021 was released today, on 9/21, as the first of 10 SD40-2Fs being painted this fall for the Central Maine & Quebec Rail... (more)
After patiently waiting for the eastbound California Zephyr to clear, UP 7703 is underway westbound, heading for the summit with track inspection vehicle EC-4 in tow.
SF 5376 west at Cajon Summit after a snow storm the night before leaves some fresh powder on the ground.
A pair of freshly rebuilt AC engines sit under the New Jersey Turnpike exit 12 off ramp. These rebuilt Dash 9's were released into service less than a week ago. 4002 was rebuilt in Roanoke while 4... (more)
OPR makes it's grand debut at the Oregon Rail Heritage Center after pulling SP 4449 and consist back from Oaks Park.
A "Conrail Quality" GP10 rests at the 16th Street Yard, Christmas Eve, 1992. This locomotive was originally built as a GP9 for the New York Central in October, 1955, and was upgraded by... (more)
Fresh out of EMD...sort of. OPR has restored number 100 to it's Portland Traction heyday of electrified locals around SE Portland. I really appreciate the everyone involved in this, thank you OPR!
A pair of recently overhauled GP15's rest in the moonlight at Waukegan. A rather common sight here, these units are utilized for switching the yard and nearby power plant, as well as powering the ... (more)
A freshly repainted SD40. VLSX 5232 may be the only 'straight' ex-CN SD40 still in service. It was repainted out of its faded zebra stripes during the past couple of months and sports a pai... (more)
The original GP7. CNW 1518, the original GP7, has been restored to its hi-hood status and is on display in Council Bluffs for the CNWHS convention being held there in 1987.
A recently rebuilt GEEP shoves east to the yard after switching a couple of local customers.
Chesapeake and Ohio caboose #3260 is spotted with a fresh coat of paint in the Shenandoah Valley Railroad yard in Staunton, Virginia.
First day operating with new paint scheme. Returning to Lansdale, Pa from the ESPN interchange at Telford, Pa. This was one the Reading Company's Bethlehem Branch.