Typical transfer power for the 70's
Painted for original owner Manistee & North Eastern, NW-2 NO. 3 pulls a train over its namesake rails. Abandoned by the C&O and weed-grown for over twenty years, this line was reopened by the Leel... (more)
When the CEO says "Get in", you say "Hell yea!". I was treated to a personal tour by the CEO of the Hallet Dock Company, and while deep in the property, spotted a beat up old NW2 spotting new BNSF... (more)
At Royston Fertilizer - thanks to Tom Sink for the specific location info. I'm still trying to figure out what "LSI" meant, because it certainly didn't stand for "Lake Superior & Ishpeming" in thi... (more)
Huntsville & Madison County NW2 #527 awaiting its next work at Huntsville, AL in Nov. 1987.
Heber Valley Railroads beautifully restored UP NW2 #1011 rambles slowly along Deer Creek Reservoir in the company of two Pullman Green painted coach & combine passenger cars.
Ex-TSBY, no evident relettering, but shows on the GLC roster.
It's a beautiful spring morning in the Utah high country...a perfect time to be outside enjoying the world we live in. Heber Valley Railroad's 'Lakeside Limited' has just made the 11 mile run sout... (more)
Verne Brummel (photographer) / Dave Cramer (photo editing). Visit our websites at - www.trainsite.8m.com/rrslides.html ---and--- Railroad: Wisconsin & SouthernLocomotive: EMD NW2Location: Horicon, Wisconsin, USALocomotive #: WSOR 1009Train ID: UnknownPhoto Date: August, 1986
LST&T NW2 103 rests between assignments at the BN engine terminal in Superior, WI. 103 wore the Great Northern inspired paint scheme well.
An ex LV switcher idles at the Gang Mills service track.
Gang Mills was still a couple years away from becoming Conrails crew change point and major yard on the Southern Tier.
In 1886, the Wisconsin Central Railroad had formed a new railway company, called the Chicago and Great Western Railroad (C&GW) to build a new line from a connection with the WC at Forest Park into... (more)
Working the west end of Gibson Yard.
The East Penn's Bristol job crosses a busy highway enroute to a small industrial park.