Power for an eastbound coal drag is passing through an unusually empty Avis yard in October of 1981.
DRI&NW switcher and transfer caboose at the East Moline depot - after the Rock Island shutdown the DRI&NW took over the local switching duties of the Rock.
The power for the R.J. Corman unit train has just run around its train and will now couple onto the east end at Rush Run siding.
Changing of the guard at the north end of the yard at Chattanooga, Tennessee, in 1984.
Cowen Subdivision helper power laying over at the engine terminal at Burnsville, West Virginia.
The engineer and fireman of CN 2-6-0 #91 are taking a well deserved rest after returning to Middletown with the Middletown & Hummelstown Civil War Special.
D&TSL switcher 118 is waiting for the morning GTW yard crew at the east end of the yard in Battle Creek, Michigan, in September of 1983. This little engine was retired before the CN takeover.
Santa Fe F-Unit rebuild. Now that modern locomotives have wide cabs, can you imagine an F-Unit bulldog nose on a SD90MAC?
A pair of UP GP-35s idle with their cab at the engine terminal at Central City, Nebraska, in August of 1978.
Quiet time late on Saturday afternoon at the Port Clinton yard and engine terminal.
The block heater on this switcher seems redundant on this balmy winter's day.
GB&W modified engine 307 with a chopped nose - it is switching the yard in Green Bay in April of 1985.
The LS&I was very fond of Alco tri-axle power. They used RSD-12s and RSD-15s for many years.
A westbound train is preparing to depart Argentine Yard in Kansas City, Kansas, in August of 1978
A mix of the old and the new at the engine terminal at Gladstone, Michigan.