Not often can you see the Southern "Tuxedo" and "Crescent" paint schemes on the same train. The 6900 was originally the sole power for the museum runs this day but after some p... (more)
2185 works several customers in Coldwater before heading back to Hillsdale.
With an exMP GP following along UP's afternoon southbound Harbor Local was passing through South Gate, CA
This would be my ride around the museum complex taking a spin on the turn table.
GP 30 3031 & GP9 6062 rumbles toward Shelby. This picture brings back fond memories for me as I lived in a apartment building behind the Coleman's ma and paw store. Many a times, I would lay in my... (more)
Where are they now?
I've always found it fascinating to follow the timeline of preserved equipment through the years. For those Reading fans out there, and those that have wondered - RDG... (more)
Three GP30's and one GP35 are working out of Raleigh, NC with Seaboard TT-23 in September 1966. Seaboard operated TT-23 daily except Mondays and always operated it as an extra train. By the look... (more)
Soo Line GP30 speeds down the forest lined tracks as it takes passengers east from Duluth along the north shore of Lake Superior. Soo 700 is on Lake Superior Railroad Museum's roster.
Rio Grande's Midvale Tramp wanders down the steep Bingham Branch with five cars on Oct. 17, 1986. Kennecott's Bingham Canyon Copper Mine is in the distance, nestled in the nearby Oquirrh Mountains... (more)
Ashland has done a great job of painting murals on various buildings, including this one near the former Soo Line Depot. C&NW, Omaha, Soo and NP all served Ashland. Today CN is the last remaining ... (more)
Reading and Norther's GP39RN class GP30's lead RGQA back to Tamaqua, Pa. The crew had picked up the 3rd GP in Reading Yard after being returned to RN after having wheel work performed to it in En... (more)
Santa Fe's LAZ112 local crests the 7335 ft. Arizona Divide west of Flagstaff on Oct. 5, 1995.
A UP GP30 with two cabless Geeps gets Extra 839 West rolling out of Topeka, Kansas on May 15, 1965.
UP’s Extra 723 with two GP30s and empty cattle cars is blue-flagged for inspection at Council Bluffs, Iowa on May 8, 1965.
Fortunately for UP 705 East climbing Cajon summit, many of its cars were empty such as these livestock cars on Aug. 31, 1974.