ILRV starts off 2009 with a "new" locomotive from RailRhodes of Monroe, GA. While not as attractive as the much-anticipated BL2 the company prematurely advertised getting, it is an unusual-lookin... (more)
TCS Co. = Texas Crushed Stone Co.
We didn't expect to see this as we were driving around looking for the CSX D703.
IC NW2 working the yard at Oak Street in Louisville.
NYS&W 116 sits with other OOS power in Binghamton.
Stumbled upon a few things while roaming around the Duluth area. Found out later that this unit had been acquired by the Minnesota Transportation Museum.
Cold and desolate: this yard could be a pretty good metaphor for the future of the C&BL if you're into that kind of thing. On most days it only takes about two hours to complete the day's work. Ho... (more)
Battered old goat doing the work to help feed the world.
A late version on the model, note the hood vents and the single angle slope to the cab. By the way, thanks to BN for a classy way of renumbering without butchering the paint job. CSX, pay atten... (more)
I think this green scheme is the last incarnation of this joint operation.
NW2 8814 has just recieved clearance to roll north crossing the CSX main and into the IHB East Chicago Yard.
Johnson Railway Service NW2 139 is assigned to the Murphy Brown elevator at East Laurinburg, North Carolina. (The lightened background was not done in PhotoShop ... there was a lot of grain dust ... (more)
147 became BN 484. It had a good lifespan, 8/45 to 8/82.
104 was built in 1941 and later became BN 590.
A rare NW2 rolls northbound past Calumet Tower on a cool fall evening in northwest Indiana.