RPCX 315 leads a special train for the Galveston Railroad Museum on its return trip after having traveled 125 miles north to Brenham, TX. The warbonnet painted F7A's aren't skipping a beat here as... (more)
Old meets new as RPCX 315, built in 1953, meets BNSF 7344, built in 2009. The warbonnet painted F7A's are owned by the Galveston Railroad Museum, and here are trailing on a special train run by th... (more)
The Texas Chief arrives back on the Galveston Subdivision and accelerates to track speed as the excursion returns to the island. The classic Warbonnet F7s are passing one the few remaining ... (more)
The Galveston Railroad Museum's pair of Warbonnet F7s idle alongside Harborside Drive while building the consist for the following day's Texas Chief excursion to Pearland.
A matched set of F7, A-B-B-A, lead by Seaboard System 118(former Clinchfield 200)descends the famous Clinchfield Loops with an excursion train bound for Spartanburg, SC.
A matched set of F7, A-B-B-A, lead by Seaboard System 118(former Clinchfield 200)rolls an excursion train southbound toward Spartanburg, SC.
Headed up by the recently restored Clinchfield 800 and ex-L&N/Seaboard System GP30 1030 (both of which are on loan from the Southern Appalachia Railway Museum), an Orlando & Northwestern ‘Golden T... (more)
Cream with Orange and Chocolate
That pretty much describes an ice cream treat or the paint scheme of the Port Authority of Allegheny County’s two F7A’s that provided commuter servi... (more)
Scores of Separation
Three forms of commuter train propulsion are seen in NJ Transit’s yard in Dover, New Jersey, representing two twenty-year intervals. in railroad technology. ... (more)
For a time in the 1980’s, New Jersey Transit leased some Chicago & North Western F7’s to help handle the workload on its ex-Lackawanna suburban lines. Here former CNW 425 idles next to a set of DL... (more)
The Madison/Portage(M&P)Patrol approaches Portage through one of the many swamps around that area along the Wisconsin River just north of HY 16.
The Port Authority of Allegheny County's PATrain makes a station stop at McKeesport, Pa.
Recently repainted F7A/B 682 and 853 shine in the sun in front of BN's shops in August 1973.