It has been a hard time for a white paint job in the blazing Louisiana sun as this unit still toils in its original garb.
In the early tiny road number variation of the white paint scheme.
The green heritage streetcar #920 lays over at the Carrollton terminal while the operator changes the poles for the trip back downtown. At this point the new rear pole has been raised, while the ... (more)
Operator of a Waterfront Line streetcar changes the poles before the trip back down to the convention center. This car was part of an initial order in the 1990s and like the later red cars they su... (more)
There were still a few of these around in those days but they were in rough shape.
Hillyer Edwards Fuller Lumber Company 2-6-0 102 was built by Vulcan in October, 1915 for the Oakdale & Gulf Railway in Louisiana, a short logging railroad. After the railroad's abandonment in 1927... (more)
St. Louis Southwestern 4-4-2 601 was one of six Class E-1 4-4-2 Atlantics built by Baldwin in 1909. They were distinctive in that they were built with narrow fireboxes, small drivers, and slide va... (more)
GM&O local working at Bogalusa, LA || May 1972
Plymouth Fleximotive belonging to the Bogue Chitto Valley, a Louisiana intrastate railroad that hauled sand. Photographed at Sun, LA in May 1972.
SP 745 welcomes visitors at the annual Steam Fest behind Audubon Zoo in New Orleans. The hoses are running an antique marine steam engine on display from Ellsworth Corporation's collection.
North Louisiana & Gulf SW8s 37 and 38 working at Danville, LA || May 1972
Crewless and tied down with an OPEN door invitation.