New Jersey, Indiana & Illinois #2 awaits its next work at South Bend in July 1981. This railroad was created by the Singer Sewing Maching Company to transport their products from South Bend to the... (more)
Muscatine was one of the busiest stations on the Rock Island. It was common to bill out over 120 cars a day during this time. It was a joint agency with the Milwaukee Road who had trackage right... (more)
If you are familiar with the Heber Valley Railroad's former D&RGW branch in Utah, Casperville Road is an intersection where the tracks cross a rural country roadway at the top of a steep grade fro... (more)
Walking Horse & Eastern’s ex Southern NW2 sits quietly outside what may be the last active customer on the 7.7 mile line. The former NC&STL branch line is owned by the Bedford Railroad Authority ... (more)
The scrub oak brush along the foothills of Mt. Timpanogos have turned a brilliant red while Heber Valley Railroad's 'Provo Canyon Limited' ascends the grade toward Wallsburg siding and Deer Creek... (more)
It's a perfect day for outdoor recreation along Deer Creek Reservoir. Some folks have chosen a ride the Heber Valley Railroad while others lean toward the adventure of kitesurfing along the choppy... (more)
The brilliant colors of autumn are beginning to show along the steep slopes of Mt. Timpanogos. Meanwhile, Heber Valley Railroad's 'Provo Canyon Limited' departs Vivian Park for a 16 mile journey t... (more)
H&S NW2 #1051 leading a single car train on the old CofG line between Slocomb and Hartford, AL on a dreary spring day in 1988.
The 2000 shoves a cut of cars back into the hole at the 'Wire Mill'.
Having delivered a couple gondolas to Johnstown Wire Technologies across the river, the Black Lick's 2000 recrosses the Conemaugh River via the Ten Acre bridge.
Right at home. For 60 years this little EMD has worked around the various mills in Johnstown.
Delivered as the 102 in 1949, the 2000 was renumbered and repainted for the third time in the year 2000 to commemorate the 200th anniversary of its home town of Johnstown. Here it works in downto... (more)