Modoc Northern switches out cars at Stukel siding on the Modoc Line. The railroad went out of business less than a year later.
Where the Railway Lands once stood. CN 4803 and other preserved equipment can be found by what was CP's John Street Roundhouse (now the Roundhouse Park), surrounded by a sea of condo's and ... (more)
Your basic un-decorated geep in 1:1 scale. The Rock Island 4506 sees the light of day for cleaning. Here the UP 1848 is being used as the air compressor to blow away remnants of the needle chipp... (more)
A pair of Chicago & North Western Geeps that could really use a bath have a westbound freight in tow west of Waukesha, WI, on the C&NW's Milwaukee-Madison branch. The GP7/GP9 duo and their crew pr... (more)
Santa Fe GP7 2758 was remanufactured 9/81 at Cleburne Shops as a GP7u and renumbered 2021.
The first valley train of the day heads into Conway Village on the 55 minute round trip that starts and ends in North Conway. The 573 is a 1950 GP7 that was in service with the Maine Central Railr... (more)
After coming from Grapevine, the ex-Santa Fe geep pushes the train out of the Fort Worth Stockyards before heading south to the 8th avenue yard.
The weekend after it's return debut at the Tennessee Valley Railroad 7th annual Railfest, we see the freshly restored Nashville Chattanooga & St. Louis GP7 #710 sitting in idle after completing i... (more)
Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis (NCStL) GP7 #710 is seen here on display for the 2017 Railfest at the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum in a fresh paint job
On a hot August afternoon, a Modoc Northern train heads for Alturas on the former Modoc Line.
The local from Altoona, WI to Cornell and back climbs out of the Chippewa River valley at Chippewa Falls en route to the junction at Norma, just up the hill, and the branch line to Cornell. CNW us... (more)
Erie Lackawanna GP7 1227 with the local "Roustabout" at Kingsland station Lyndhurst, NJ in July 1975.