A rare NW2 rolls northbound past Calumet Tower on a cool fall evening in northwest Indiana.
The second switcher is 9401A. Both of these switchers were built in 1949 as TR2s. The cows with cabs were numbered with an A. The cabless calf's number ended in B. They were rebuilt to standard N... (more)
The CB&Q Mt. Morris Spur heads north 7 miles from the main line at Oregon, Illinois which is about half way between Savanna and Aurora, Illinois. It exists because of a major printer in Mt. Morri... (more)
Looking like a mixed train because of the 40 ft. combine on the rear this day instead of a way car (CB&Q jargon for caboose), this is the Oregon Turn with NW2 9234 doing the pulling. It near Roche... (more)
The grain silos tower over their switcher.
Built Aug. 1946 became BN 525.
BSV 1003 awaitng to give young fans there turn at riding with Thomas.
The only Turtle Creek Industrial unit we could find (their SW1 was nowhere to be found).
Returning from the north (RR east) this old goat is crossing the ATSF. I never saw it again. I really like those "stove pipe" stacks.
SQVR deadline featuring former CR , WP , and NW power.
BN #565 is doing some switching work to the San Francisco Zephyr while it is in Denver Union Station.
A Conemaugh & Black Lick EMD NW2 shoves a cut of cars through an old yard on a rainy day in Johnstown, PA. The box car in the background is an ex-C&O/Chessie System box car.