Hark the Herald! Maryland Midland is testing out this nose herald, but rumor is they're not too keen on it. A pair of GP38s and a GP9 cruise down Farquhar Street. Nice to see the flags in Small... (more)
Brand new, out of the box SD40 at Erwin
An A-B-B-A set of F-units waits to back onto a train at Erwin, as the cab of another northbound passes on the right.
This speeder sat at and worked out of the St. Albans yard office for years.
A splash of color in a cement gray world. A Maryland Midland GP9 switches cement hoppers at Lehigh Portland Cement, the railroad's biggest customer.
SR 1751, one of two "Big Dropper" experimental coal hoppers--on the RIP track at Andover for air brake work.
Southern's aluminum articulated coal hopper, no. 100--a one of a kind experiment.
L&N 127 waits at Loyall for an afternoon mine run assignment.
This was the view from the 11th floor men's room of L&N's general office building in 1965. The view looks south at the throat of Union Station. The C&O train's E8 is barely visible, plus two L&N E... (more)
Turning the machine to work in the other direction. This ballast regulator only "brooms" in one direction. It uses an internal hydraulic jack and pivot that lifts and balances the machine so the... (more)
8154 sits on the pit track at the yard office in St. Albans after being involved in a fatal crash on Scary Hill June 7, 1997. 8154 was rebuilt and renumbered 8245.
My 100th Railpictures.net photo. A couple of aging Bright Future work horses rest in the late afternoon sun. The open door on the SD50 looks mighty inviting...wonder if they left the keys in it?
With the museum adjacent to the CSX yard, it's hard to tell which relics are still in service!
Summer sunset on the old C&O in the Kanawha Valley.
Wide cab in for repair after hitting rockslide and rolling over. Another engine, 340, was also overturned in the incident (photo 69340)