Draped over the hill is this northbound freight back when you could still see that classic unit on this railroad. The trees have really grown out on the mountain in the background since this shot... (more)
A real classic, this "chickenwire" F was almost non-existent elsewhere even in those days.
A Valentine's Day Treat. The D&H gave me a nice Feb. 14th surprise in 1998: two classy Lightning Stripe locomotives and a Napierville Junction caboose sitting in perfect light in S... (more)
Back in those days we would spent 5 minutes in a yard and stupidly head off to the next one which might be 200 miles away. I'm glad we got one of this old scheme.
I must confess that when it comes to diesels the more "stuff" you hang on them the better and this one is a classic.
It has been a hard time for a white paint job in the blazing Louisiana sun as this unit still toils in its original garb.
In the early tiny road number variation of the white paint scheme.
A study in railroad practicality and remains of the the Deramus administration which almost ended the KCS. I'd imagine this was an old boxcar converted to a caboose. At least it has roller beari... (more)
A rebuilt SD-40 awaits an assignment. Most are now gone. I always liked the Gyralite.
The engineer and conductor review orders during a station stop at Osier.
Crewmen are "wooding up" Heisler #3 in McEwen Yard on the evening before a photo charter.
On hold for the yet to be opened Arizona Railroad Museum is this three truck shar, stored in the Grand Canyon Railway's Williams Yard.