In March 1960, the T&P received its first low nose units: GP18s 1145-1149, but they were quickly renumbered 500-504 in a general renumbering. The MoPac "Jenks blue" had been introduced in June 196... (more)
Amtrak GP38H-3 soaks in some early morning rays on a tied down ballast train.
Restored, kind of. New York Central E8 #4097 hangs out on display in Duanesburg, New York. The locomotive is owned by Merli Manufacturing Co and is supposed to be turned into a café.
C&O U25B No. 8107 was positioned for load testing in Clifton Forge, VA on July 28, 1979. At the time, U25Bs were dropping like flies, with plenty of them retired and stored at Clifton Forge. I g... (more)
MAN1 6528/5528 at the wheel lathe building of Kalamata Depot. The technicians are working feverishly to prepare the train until afternoon as it is going to service the Kalamata-Messini line.
Colorado's recent flood waters from the Big Thompson River washed out the roadbed around this trestle just west of Milliken, Colorado, on the Great Western Railway. Contractors are busy rebuilding... (more)
Colorado's recent flood waters washed out a siding on the Great Western Railway at Milliken, Colorado, causing the derailment of about 16 standing cars, six of which turned over on their sides. Th... (more)
C&O battery powered electric locomotive No. 18742 rests between jobs at the Huntington Locomotive Shop. It was used to move locomotives undergoing repairs around the facility.
A man and his machine. As his beautiful "baby" is slowly rotated on the North Creek Turntable, Leviathan 63 owner David Kloke pauses to take in the sight of the crowd that has assembled aro... (more)
Dan Mackey stokes the fire as we work our way north to Two Harbors. SOO 2719 turned its last wheel under steam on September 14th, as the 15 year federal inspection is due. Currently there's no f... (more)
The Seaview job to Quonset Point gets ready to leave the yard in West Davisville, with a small train of cars solely for Toray Plastics.
Two Seaview Railroad jobs get ready to depart the yard in West Davisville.
For the first time in decades, the Seaview Railroad has utilized un-used trackage in Quonset Point. Here, #5 and her crew spot some container cars.
So simple, yet so complicated.
Paducah & Louisville GP40-3/Road Mate set 2108/2103 are seen spending their first night in Rutland, Vermont, after arriving earlier on September 10. The pair are at the Rutland enginehouse (photo... (more)