After lifting CAMI, we begin our chase to Woodstock by shooting this train winding through the S curve in Ingersoll. This shot has only recently become available as many trees have been cut down. ... (more)
A Chicago and North Western freight headed for Green Bay, Wisconsin, leaves Butler Yard on a June 1984 afternoon. The train is powered by four of C&NW’s venerable GP7s.
RFP GP7 102 pauses between assignments at Byran Park Terminal in Richmond in July 1967.
Available information offers conflicting views about the original railroad that owned this engine but purportedly it was built in August 1952 as an EMD GP7 unit for the Atchison, Topeka and Santa ... (more)
Ex-C&O 6193 has found new life on the Ontario Southland after it's earlier days down in the United States. This was a real treat to shoot today as I'm sure there are not too many units still kicki... (more)
Sequatchie Valley Railroads mixed bag of power sits in the small yard at Bridgeport including former Yadkin Valley GP7 201, former Pine Belt Southern Railroad B23-7 3986 which still wears Norfolk ... (more)
SCL Extra 984 South ducks under the I-440 highway bridge just north of Crabtree in Raleigh, NC. 3 GP7's and a GP18 handle the train today.
OSRX 383 and 378 begin the work day by running light power into Ingersoll where they will then head east to Woodstock and collect auto interchange with CP.
Southern Rwy GP7 and GP30 resting at Raleigh, NC || April 1975
A group of 13 Western Pacific GP7s, GP9s, and GP20s await disposition in Union Pacific's South Yard in Salt Lake City. The WP 703 was retired in Apr. 1985 and sold to Mountain Diesel Transportatio... (more)
The recently restored L&N 405 shines in the morning sun in Nashvegas.
Clinchfield 900 on a southbound coal train arriving at Spartanburg, SC || March 1971
One of the few spots FCEN crosses its own line at grade. With CFRC taking control of the downtown Orlando tracks, Ringling now has to store part of their train on Pinsly. The stock cars, with el... (more)
Badger Mining Company geep rests before switching more covered hoppers for sand loading. Sand is big business in western Wisconsin.