The refurbished driving wheel sets for FLYING SCOTSMAN arrived at the York workshop during my visit. The leading set has already been installed and it is interesting to see the cranked middle axle... (more)
Canadian Pacific H1b Hudson 2811 has been downgraded to local freight service as it switches near Angus Shops. The three standard Hudsons in steam at this time around Montreal were 2811, 2816 and ... (more)
The solitary GM&O commuter train from Chicago has made its last stop at Joliet and pulls away from the station.
Canadian Pacific P1d 5114 pulls hard upgrade with stock cars under the Sherbrooke St. bridge in the late afternoon.
A Lackawnna RS-3 heads down the Boonton Line with a local freight that includes a milk refrigerator right behind the engine.
An SNCF compound Pacific type is shown broadside on the Bordeaux turntable.
A westbound Jersey Central freight has just crossed the Lehigh Valley trackage and passes the LV roundhouse. The A-B-A set of F3 units are followed by two Alco six-motor road-switchers, all workin... (more)
A Lackawanna General Electric 44-ton diesel switches industrial trackage below the Boonton Line on Garret Mountain.
Rock Island RS-3 486 departs Joliet with three cars for Chicago on a flawless, sunny June day.
Canadian Pacific P2j 2-8-2 5449 shares some of the styling with the passenger 4-6-2s. The engine is pulling upgrade with new freight cars from the Hochelaga yard in a spot adjacent to the railway'... (more)
This Sunday morning shot shows G5c 1256 departing Montreal West with a train for Ste Agathe. Sherbrooke St. runs along the railway at this suburban station.
A Lima-Hamilton 1200 h.p. road switcher has a short local freight eastbound at Teaneck on the West Shore. New York Central was the only customer for this model and this is the first of the group.
BN 9900 was the only E unit owned by the SP&S and was numbered 750 with that railroad. It teams up with an FP7 to lead tr. 22, the Portland connection for the EMPIRE BUILDER. I rode the sleeping c... (more)
An eastbound mid-day passenger train on the DL&W Boonton Line has a nice mix of equipment.
The 1937 Budd-built Navajo was on the rear of the CHIEF. This car was one of Budd's first non-articulated lightweights having been built for the first SUPER CHIEF set.