Original number, stored on MMA's ex-BAR property. Two sister units survive as DLW 663-664.
Per the Alberta Railway Museum's website: "9000 is historically significant because it was the first production road freight locomotive built for a Canadian railway. Although CN was a pioneer... (more)
A classic profile. Well, sort of... As part of the 1974/1975 rebuild into a B-unit, changes were made such as a new prime mover, upgraded electrical gear, and bolting over the cab windows. ... (more)
The sole surviving streamliner of the Katy sits stuffed and mounted in the afternoon sunshine at the railroad museum in Denison. Built in 1947, this unit started life as F3A #203C and was later re... (more)
Southern F3A 4172 was part of the first diesel-electric units to run on the Appalachia Division. Part of an A-B-B-A F3 set with extra ballast to improve traction, the unit arrived in 1947. It was ... (more)
Two immaculate "Lackawanna" F-3's coupled elephant style were the reward to a visit to Steamtown. They will be used to pull Steamtown's long excursions. Unfortunately, I ran out of Kodachrome and ... (more)
You never know what you will find on the shop garden tracks at Steamtown. Today there are two immaculate "Lackawanna" F-3's, and coupled elephant style no less. Built by EMD for the Bangor & Aroos... (more)
C&EI F3(A) #1407, F3B #1504, and GP30 #240. 35mm slide from my collection, no photographer listed on slide.
Not sure of the location on this train.
Monon F3(A) #82A on train #6 rolls down the middle of 5th street in Lafayette, IN. 35mm slide taking from my collection, photographer unknown.
After shooting the CZ at James, we hustled the 20 rail-miles back into town to find the 803-A had already replaced FP7 804-D which brought the train into town. Both power and crews would be swappe... (more)