it is late afternoon and the Pennsy's summer time NORTHERN ARROW with sections headed for Cincinnati, St. Louis and Chicago via Fort Wayne has backed out onto the railroad dock to pick up passenge... (more)
At some point decades ago, an old E&LS coach (presumed - exact lineage not known) was left in Turner to be used, reportedly, as a local schoolhouse. But today, the town of Turner consists of one h... (more)
This shows the TIMBERLINER, a summer weekend train which would leave Detroit late on Friday afternoon, arriving at Mackinaw City around midnight. It would return to Detroit late Sunday afternoon.... (more)
East Jordan and Southern #6 rests at her new display location about 1/4 mile away from her previous home of 57 years. The locomotive was recently moved across town to a more prominent display loca... (more)
LS&I 1852 has just departed the Tilden mine and is skirting the south side of the Empire Mine as it makes its way towards Eagle Mills in June of 1988. Only the Tilden mine operates now as Empire h... (more)
The NORTHERN ARROW was made up of sections from Cincinnati, St. Louis and Chicago. It operated during the summer months to bring tourists and cottage owners to northern Michigan resorts. Its dest... (more)
A lot of history here. LS&I 2404 leads a trio of ex-Santa Fe Alligators as they approach the scales with an empty iron ore train. After weighing their train, it will be a short trip across Morgan ... (more)
Former D&RGW K 27 #464 leads Railfan Special across Butternut Creek Trestle.
AMTK P42DC 36 shoves P365 away from the Durand Depot.
Last Man Standing - While there are a considerable amount of former GTW painted geeps still roaming the rails in the Great Lake states, there's only one SD40-2 left, being 5936. Here, it's trailin... (more)
G765 is heading south on the Saginaw Subdivision as they approach Milford Road near Holly. This Rocky Mount, NC bound train was interchanged from LSRC in Flint.
LSI 1850 enters the yard at Eagle Mills in October of 1988. What I wouldn't give to hear those Alco's again....
LSI 2301 awaits its' next assignment at the ore dock in Marquette, MI in June of 1987. Shot with multiple bursts of an old fashioned single bulb flash bulb.
LS&I 2402 leads a matched set of red Alligator's across Morgan Trestle in June of 1988. The loaded train will soon face the steep descent to the ore docks in Marquette, MI.
After waiting a couple of hours, GTW 4619 leads 11 tank cars under the GTW searchlight signal bridges at MAL in downtown Pontiac. Three days later the signals were cut over.