Southern Rwy coach yard job with NW2 #2242 working in Atlanta, GA || Sept. 1969
Southern (Carolina & North Western) NW2 and a companion slug are taking a break during yard work at Danville, KY. The unit appears to have just come out of the paint shop at Chattanooga.
Ray-Carroll NW2 3151 is assigned to an ethanol facility in Carrollton, Missouri. This engine rolled out of EMD's factory in August 1939 as Santa Fe 2359. It was later renumbered Santa Fe 2409 an... (more)
This is what they looked like back in the 40s. Inspiring ain't.
I believe this was the only butt-head left at this point. It's the only one I ever saw. In any case it's a classic.
Stacks capped and in storage. I wonder if it's now lots of iron oxide on wheels.
Another view of DT 104 shoving a coach into Brush St.
Working the Brush St. terminal on a humid August day. The switchers were diesel, but the passenger trains here were still powered by steam.
This unit still had not received any CR markings when it was photographed at Frontier Yard. I wish I had also photographed the car it was coupled to.