A three-unit consist passes the yard office in Terminal Railroad Association of Saint Louis' Madison Yard on October 4th, 2014. The light engine movement has BNSF Railway GP60M 145 leading, follo... (more)
"They pull the same tonnage, dirty or clean" (attributed to a Clinchfield operating official from that era). The Clinchfield Railroad's diesels looked great when they were freshly painte... (more)
The Nitrin Local southbound at Rapids City,IL..
As the Coos Bay Hauler slows to a halt outside of a lumber mill, the crew of CBR 3876 prepares for the add on of CBR 3823 to the point of their train. After a twenty minute stop, the train would c... (more)
A shorter than usual Coos Bay Hauler rolls down the eastern section of the branch on its way to the Oregon coast.
Originally L&N and then SBD, this unit is sitting around waiting for work on this occasion. NIghtfall will probably find it shuffling cars for many of the local heavy industries.
The three RJ Corman locomotives destroyed by fire on 10/5 have been detrucked and moved for salvage and scrapping. From left to right are 7918, 3814, and 1605. The 1605 had just been painted in ... (more)
Shop forces have used a little ingenuity on the numberboards of this former-C&O unit now clad in the somber tones known as "stealth".
It's a warm spring evening and the shop is wide open on the Aberdeen, Carolina & Western as its ex-Chessie System (Chesapeake & Ohio) GP38 awaits some work.
North Carolina & Virginia's purple GP38 works the Perdue mill at Tunis, N.C.
CSRX 252 (an ex-Maine Central GP38) is working in front of the North Conway Station on day two of the Railfans Weekend.
Savage power sits in Midvale Yard awaiting its next assignment.
Conway Scenic's Notch Train--led by former Maine Central GP38 #252--heads through "The Girders" as it begins its descent through Crawford Notch.