David is right, this image has a lot of Atmosphere. I snapped this shot from the Norfolk and Western bridge.
Bright winter sun highlights Cape Cod dinner train out of season.
Edaville Railroad named from the initials of founder Ellis D. Atwood, was a haven for Maine Two foot gauge locomotives. The 1912 Vulcan 4-4-0 tank engine came from the Monson Railroad and was prim... (more)
Penn Central diesel power was running out of steam at the time of this photo. GP30 2230 was one of the more memorable Providence freight units. For images of 2230 as Conrail unit go to William Kla... (more)
The New Haven and Penn Central always used matched sets of motive power for switching several freight terminals on the old New Haven. These 3 ALCO CC units were the most memorable yard engines in ... (more)
Green Mountain RS1 on display at Bellows Falls to celebrate a Boston Railroad Enthusiasts Trip. The Rutland combine behind the RS has been beautifully restored and is in daily tourist service to C... (more)
Recently Charles Freericks uploaded a photo of 4267. See image 266796. It is a shame that the PC is covered over. I recalled an earlier shot of the same unit E unit while it was still Penn Central... (more)
Northbound Montreal freight has big units fighting the the big grades on the Scranton Binghampton Line.
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This unit was serioulsly damaged but returned to service with no visable scars.
All five units received damage but only one had to be scraped and no crew members were seriouly injured.
Damage looks bad but shop forces were able to rebuilt unit for many more useful years.