The first excursion of the day crosses the trestle just outside of the Greenbank station behind #98 & #58.
MARC 4902 is a guest at Amtrak's shops in Wilmington for servicing.
With a build date of July 1948, the 742 is definitely showing its age, and it might even be a donor unit to keep Amtrak's other SW1s in running condition. There may be hope for it yet though, cons... (more)
Built in November 1950, the 738 is still going strong as the Washington Terminal switcher. Runs well, too, from the sound of it!
Although it wears the latest paint scheme, 952 still has yet to be rebuilt into an AEM-7AC.
Though it's cosmetically in good shape for a 13-year-old locomotive, the duct-taped lights and receptacles indicate that this P40BH isn't headed anywhere soon.
Among the few Amtrak P40BH units not in dead storage, the 827 and 835 are nevertheless very much inactive right now.
Amtrak 651 sits in the yard on a lazy weekend, flanked by AEM-7 932 and P42DC 160.
A relic from the Bayou. Missisippi Central, a 1925 Baldwin 4-4-0, is seen here in her W&W livery making her way over the Red Clay Creek in the undeveloped forests of the first state to join the U... (more)
Engineer Gary Baksi is at full throttle and eager to let this high drivered 4-4-0 loose on the newly restored right of way on the vernerable Wilmington and Western Railroad. Back to my roots with... (more)
W&W #98 storms through the rather dark wooded forest of Spring Valley, Delaware, the large headlight and classification markers help light the way.
Wilmington & Western #98, a rare 4-4-0 survivor from Missisippi, snakes it's way through the woods and over the newly reconstructed Wooddale Bridge damaged a few years back during the big flood.
No. 98 crosses Ludlow Trestle with a Halloween Special.
Approaching the Wilmington Station, passing the ING Direct orange ball.
Happy Father's Day to all. WWRR 98 waits patiently on the main to be put away in the shop building/enginehouse as WWRR 114 (SW1) moves the coaches around.