With the friendly civilian crew member hamming it up, this little beast is headed for the house. Unable to move a sufficient number of the giant M1 tank car flats of the 194 AR BDE (the "Dollar N... (more)
The evidence of FMs excellent craftsmanship when manufacturers were proud of their products. Hand me peel-and-stick.
Imagine my delight at finding these when I came here. Always a big FM fan, I got to ride and visit the classic shortline-style engine house and saw one being overhauled just before they were reti... (more)
This type is not legal to operate on the road so if you have an old jeep laying around you might want to try this. It worked pretty well.
A pair of former DM&IR SD38-2s switch Proctor Yard as the sun retreats at the end of a warm summer day.
Winter is the time to railfan down south and this was perfect weather.
Power for the Winston Salem Southbound train, which usually mixed the two southeastern competitiors.
It's not all gone. The land and 8071 are still around.
Yeah, I know it's CSX but they forgot the initials.
An M8 comes from the yard.
The 836's patch job reminds me of the Target dog with the ring around his eye. Photo taken on RR property with permission.
The elements are not being kind to this classic. Photo taken on RR property with permission.
You can't be this classic profile. Photo taken on RR property with permission.
A Leslie S5T sits atop of this FL9, outfitted with snow cones and bonnets for added debris protection. Photo taken with permission.
Some FL9s sit next to a track of SPV2000s. Photo taken on RR property with permission.