6 units in various colors and models are departing Missoula, MT westbound on the former Northern Pacific. This was a colorful time on the newly formed BN.
3 NP SD45's are on the former SP&S at Scribner, WA shortly after the merger to BN. These units have not been renumbered.
Ex Canadian Pacific Royal Hudson 2860 is heading east on the Mountain Sub at Ottertail, BC. Notice the two camoflaged GM B units in the consist remotely controlled by the steam locomotive. The t... (more)
Northern Pacific 6506C is preparing to depart Seattle on the North Coast Limited. The Union Pacific station can be seen in the background.
Renumbered U boats are heading east through Garrison, MT after the merger with BN in the fall of 1970.
A pair of passenger GP9's are ready to take an excursion on the TH&B from Hamilton,ON to Brantford, Waterford, Welland and back to Hamilton in January, 1967.
A pair of RS3's are assisting CNR Northern 6167 up Feguson Avenue in Hamilton, ON on their way south on the Hagersville Sub with an excursion.
The diesels will cut off at Rymal at the top of the ... (more)
The Northern Pacific Mainstreeter is splitting the semaphores at Stateline, WA on its way east.
Renumbered SP&S C425 is leading a mixed consist with an SP C628 and ex GN F7 at Trego, MT shortly after the merger to BN.
Pennsy FM C16-4 is leaving the tunnel at Gallitzin, PA trailing lots of engine smoke in the summer of 1960.
A CPR southbound freight is caught at Carmangay, AB on the Aldersyde Sub in late afternoon light and dark clouds in the east. Notice the two D&H units on their way to Boise for rebuilding.
A Northern Pacific U boat and SP&S Alco FA2 are at the throat of Yardley waiting to depart westbound.
CNR CLC passenger unit 6705 on train 106 heads into Hamilton, ON on the 'cow path' from Hamilton West to Hamilton Junction.
Bangor and Aroostook had one of the nicest paint schemes before they ruined it by going all blue with yellow letters. Pennsy had this unit on lease in Johnsonburg, PA in the summer of 1960.
Big and Little. CNR Trainmaster is coupled to a diminutive SW1200RS at Belleville, ON. This unit was the only Trainmaster CNR owned.