Norfolk Southern SD40 3170 has been restored to it's as delivered Southern Tuxedo Paint Job. Here it crosses a stream just North of Uniopolis, Ohio on the ex DT&I Indiana and Ohio Railway. The t... (more)
In the lead a Canadian Pacific EMD SD40 5553 with two Soo Line SD40-2s 6622 and 779.
Heritage units Southern 3170 and NYC 1066 shove down into the diesel shop after getting serviced and readied for their next assignment. **Photo taken with permission**
After being on display at the Southeastern Railway Museum the previous weekend, Norfolk Southern's Southern Railway heritage SD40 sits on the Chamblee brick track awaiting assignment while a coupl... (more)
UP afternoon Harbor Local southbound Manual siding
Shown here is TVRM employee Ryan Miller inspecting Southern 3170 while waiting for Southern 4501 to couple up and in the background is Shop Foreman George Walker starting up the 661. This train we... (more)
Leading a SB extra freight, dirty and relettered, this one still looks good as it passes by where double track ends and the siding begins. Never made sense to me but there was something about it ... (more)
Prior to the formation of Conrail on April 1, 1976, a visit to Allentown almost always yielded at least one set of Lehigh Valley C628's. When I visited Allentown the first weekend after that, they... (more)
Cresson is known as the base for helpers that pushed westbound trains from Altoona, but many eastbound trains also required helpers to get over the Alleghenys. By this time, the dominance of 45-li... (more)
It was always a kick when UP pool power was run up from Chicago as it was a pretty rare occasion when it happened. Here a set from the Omaha/Bensenville pool sits on four track at the Milwaukee Di... (more)
To deal with a late-1970s power crunch, L&N leased a big group of CN GPs and SD40s. This visitor to Music City is fronting a coal train.
NS SD40 #3170 painted in Southern Railway tuxedo colors on display at the Southeastern Railway Museum
Southern 3170 and Georgia 1026 pose side-by-side at sunset at the Southeastern Railway Museum in Duluth, Georgia. Photo by Casey Thomason. For more information about Norfolk Southern, visit more)