New Hope & Ivyland's #2198 brings a train through Hood en route to Lahaska, PA.
GP30 graveyard: On Christmas day in 1994, the contract scrappers working in Shops Yard at North Fond du Lac are nowhere to be found and surely home with their families, as are most of the railroad... (more)
On June 28, 1987, a Soo Line freight from North Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, uses the connector track at Duplainville for a trip to Milwaukee. Leading the train is GP30 No. 717, and is trailed by three... (more)
"Little Bit More" With the advent of the radio, hand signals are slowly fading away. It is difficult to find a trainman that knows more than just the basic signs. This Conductor is signaling to th... (more)
"Changes" The crew of the SOU 2601 discuss the rumor of a merger between Southern and Norfolk & Western. Scene created at the NCTM.
"Shift Change" The shadows creep towards NW 522 as the Conductor works to position the GP30 for the next crew.
Norfolk and Western still lives under a cloudy summer night.
The conductor prepares to pick up orders at Barber Junction.
The crew for Southern Railways nighttime Spencer local is discussing the nights operating moves as their SOU 2601 idles beside a visiting N&W GP30 and an original NS Baldwin that has been sent to ... (more)
Extra 2601 west negotiates the spring switch at Hatley en route to Barber.
A SOUTHERN Evening! A young couple enjoy a beautiful summer evening on the tailgate of a classic Ford pick up as a duo of GP30s lead a photo chartered frieght train in classic Southern fash... (more)
A Southern GP30 rolls under a classic Southern signal at the North Carolina Transportation Museum during a Photo Charter.
Under a full moon, 2601 rests with fellow GP30 N&W 522. A big thanks goes out to Clint Renegar for lighting this night shoot a day after the 30th anniversary of the merger of these two railroads.
"Norfolk Southern" NCTM recreates a classic scene with the help of NW 522, SOU 2601, and numerous volunteers.
"Southern Pride" The sun rapidly falls from the sky as a Conductor works to tie up.