WC 704, along with two leased CR (ex NYC) GP35's, lead this eastbound (compass south) through the south side of Oshkosh, just five weeks after WC's start-up.
Some (or all?) of the former SP power went to the WSOR.
A westbound (compass north), just north of the swing bridge over the Fox River, passes the old SOO/MILW interchange and will then snake it's way through downtown immediately ahead.
After touring the entire Lehigh and Reading Main Lines of R&N the OCS comes coasting back through Millers Crossing heading back home to Port Clinton.
An Aiken Rwy. GP30 retrieves a cut of cars left by NS to take them to Aiken. I think the greens look classy on the lines of the GP30.
An Aiken Rwy. GP30 retrieves a cut of cars left by NS and takes them to Aiken. Here, they pass an old textile mill similar to the ones that permeated the Carolina's "back in the day".
The newest locomotive on the San Pedro & Southwestern Railroad. This very short railroad is used exclusively to switch a Dynamite factory about five miles south of the Union Pacific mainline at Be... (more)
Southwestern Railway's line north out of Deming, NM at Hurley finds ex Santa Fe power now lettered SWRR.
Rio Grande GP30s No. 3001 and 3007 lead a four car Provo Turn into Lehi on July 10, 1991. With rampant home construction and the addition of a commuter rail line, this rural landscape has changed ... (more)
Atlanta-bound run-through train 214 passes the old WofA coaling tower (still there in 2015) and bangs across the double crossing with Southern.
Freshly shopped SOU GP30 on local switching Hattiesburg
New Hope & Ivyland power filling in for Pennsylvania Northeastern power on a local from Telford to Lansdale, Pa.