Amtrak Mixed Train East..........
Seen wearing the "Bankruptcy Blue" paint scheme, a Gallon hi-rail crane, backhoe, and other Maintenance of Way equipment is seen at Vermont Street in Blue Island. Tom Golden photo.
The Monongahela heritage unit: before it was famous.
With the St. Lawrence & Atlantic Railway bridge outage to continue for the foreseeable future, detours continue to operate between Lennoxville and Iberville, Quebec on the Central Maine & Quebec R... (more)
Adam Farence Photo
Within a couple days of Penn Central's takeover of the New Haven, PC began running GG1s in former NH electric territory between Penn Station and New Haven, CT. Two generations of electrics met as ... (more)
Santa Fe 537, an FM H12-44 switcher was in storage with several other FMs in September 1972. By 1974 this unit would be retired. The shot was taken at Corwith diesel shops on Chicago's southwest s... (more)
Ex-CN M420W SLQ 3569 is covered in snow at Exporail after a snowstorm.
A pair of brand new Frisco GP40-2s are seen on the move east in the middle of a Conrail freight on the Indiana Harbor Belt. Tom Golden photo.
Tin Mill Hill in the afternoon. The crossing at the top of Tin Mill Hill is one of the best locations from which to photograph the Black Hills Central. The locomotive is working hard here... (more)
Destined to Montreal, detour St Lawrence & Atlantic 393 is passing through the Central Maine & Quebec Farnham Yard on a cold February morning
Farewell to the Pacific Parlour Cars. February 2 marked the last northbound departure and February 4 will be the last ever southbound departure before these cars are retired after 26 years... (more)
In a somewhat winter wonderland, a pair of GE's lead a small train A406, shortly after passing through the community of Apohaqui, New Brunswick.
Santa Fe SF30C #9518 painted in the SPSF merger colors leads a leased and renumber Conrail SD40-2 and a Santa Fe GP39-2 Southbound at the North entrance to the Air Force Academy.
CNW leased and then acquired 30 Norfolk & Western Alco C-628s in 1973 due to a surge in traffic that left the railroad power short. They had not purchased a new locomotive since the SD45s, so thes... (more)