This locomotive has seen a whole lot of service since it was built for the Santa Fe in 1951. Here it's coupled up nose-to-nose with one of the A&R's GP38s, awaiting some TLC after coming up from t... (more)
A set of Clinchfield power awaits its train by the company offices in Erwin, TN on May 22, 1976.
With a day off from switching lumber and salt cars in Claremont, New Hampshire, the Claremont Concord Alco S-4 105 rests inside the confines of the railroad's enginehouse at Claremont Junction. Th... (more)
The venerable cantilevered searchlight signals watch another day fade away at Verona. All most a half hour past sunset, I couldn't buy a train on the transcon for the past hour.
One down, one resting... Two-thirds of the Claremont Concord Railroad Alco S-4 fleet are tucked away for a 'winter's nap' at Claremont Junction, New Hampshire, with only one of the two operable a... (more)
After setting out a car, and ceasing to be the Chevron local, GMTX 424 rumbles by on its way to do a couple more hours of switching.
Engine engine number nine.... Tucked away in stall #1 of the WW&F Shops is a long-term project that is about to come to fruition. The locomotive seen here is an 1891 product of the Portla... (more)
The sun is setting at the Collierville Heritage Railroad Display near Memphis. This former Frisco locomotive was built in 1912 by the American Locomotive Company in Schenectady, New York. It's in ... (more)
Looking well worn, this locomotive is in need of some attention at the Collierville Heritage Railroad Display near Memphis. The former Frisco unit was built in 1912 by the American Locomotive Comp... (more)
C_c_c_cold at -21C (-6F). But timing is everything as I managed to get both flashing lights on.
Four big GE's sit at idle, waiting for crew. Just east of these engines on RC2 sit eighty or so loads of coal
which these engines will take to the Mt Storm power
In 1995, high-tech propane switch heaters had yet to come to the CSX interlocking at Miller Tower in Cherry Run, WV. Old kerosene switch pots were still in use. They were dirty, smelly and requi... (more)
On display at the Western American Railroad Museum in Barstow.
A small park is adjacent to the Tehachapi Depot Railroad Museum where these signals of railroading past are on display along with an old caboose, SP 2009.