Highball Scribner. SP&S Alco 313 has a clear signal and order board to proceed east to Spokane. This is railroading the way it was with the engineman and station operator acknowledging each othe... (more)
Virginian had a large shop in Mullens, WV to service their electric locomotives. Note the freshly painted N&W trainmaster.
Freshly painted B&O plow X29 glistens in the late day sun at Salamanca, NY.
As a sequel to my derailment shot of CNR 1212 at Hamilton Jct. ON, here is the CNR big hook rerailing it.
No less than 7 B&O Baldwin locomotives are in this photo at Salamanca, NY. 6 of them are shark nose A and B units. Wish I had taken roster shots of all of them.
UP U50s #38 and 47 bracket GP20B #302B on an eastbound freight at Bailey Yard in North Platte on August 29, 1969.
Hello, NP, this is the CNR. We are returning one of your box cars with a slight dent in one end.
Refer to my photo of the burned off axle as this is what caused the derailment and damage to th... (more)
In this time warp shot of Ely Thomas Shay #2 at Fenwick, WV, one can project one's self back to the 1930's.
A pair of Ex Virginian H Liners are switching a train near Mullens, WV.
CNR CLC C Liner 9328 with H Liner 2205 and a geep are proceeding eastbound on the Oakville Sub at Bayview, probably with train 466 in the summer of 1964.
B&O Shark Nose 4203 is between assignments at Salamanca, NY in the summer of 1961.
Ex Virginian Trainmaster 164 is shown at Roanoke, VA between assignments. It has been renumbered in the N&W series.
'Joe, do you think this was the cause of the wreck?'
Ex Virginian H Liners dominate this 4 unit FM lashup at Roanoke, VA.
Virginian Railway had some interesting electric power as seen on this coal drag at Covel, WV. There was a matching pair on the tail end of this train. Unfortunately, these disappeared after the ... (more)