Baldwin was definitely different. Note the odd lack of fuel tank between the trucks and the odd MU.
This was one out in the middle of nowhere. Everything was down for the holiday. I don't think I ever saw an action shot of this outfit.
This was painted in a classic scheme designed to take advantage of the contours of the magnificent machine.
"Chicken wire" Fs were relatively rare to begin with and unheard of this late but here's one still in service.
This ain't no Armstrong turntable shortline, no sir, we got a Massey Ferguson turntable.
Nevada Northern's "boss" - Executive Director Mark Bassett directs switching movements in the East Ely Yard.
After two days of clouds, the sun shines through as Nevada Northern 93 performs some late afternoon switching maneuvers in the East Ely Yard.
A great little Texas shortline terminal right down to the peekumup and yes, the old fuel pump was functional.
Lots of goodies visible
It seems every railroad that ever came up with a really great paint schem was merged. I a couple of the best looking C-628s have arrived on a freight.
Ex-Union unit looks really good in its new paint. Looks like a major industrial city. It's does alright but it's really the kidney stone capital, nobody knows why.
I believe this one is ex-L&N and is a very early 3000 H.P. unit. I love that unmuffled exhaust.
A lone machinist prepares Shay #7 for the upcoming season while Shay #1 stands proud.
Two painted ladies await their next dance at the West Oakland Diesel Shop. For me these daylight painted PA's were simply the best looking diesels of all time....but then the SP was "my" railroad... (more)
Awaiting servicing outside the Harmon shop