RS-11 #1804, C420 #414, RS-32 #211 and M420W #2045 pass Cresco on 9th September 2013.
This is the shell of former NP RS-11 905 (BN 4185) which was purchased in 1988 as a parts source and by 2000 it had done its part to keep the LTV Steel Mining Co. RS-11 fleet running. This shell ... (more)
MEC's only RS-11's leading the Bucksport Job at South Orrington. I felt fortunate to catch the pair working together. My 1981 trip to Maine netted some cool stuff but I think I only went through a... (more)
I got this one on the west side the day prior and stayed the night because I would never see it again. This is the east side.
It was late in the afternoon when I got this shot and I knew we'd never meet again so we spent the night.
Relegated to the dead line, ths unit has a most unusual sideways horn. I wondered if it operated that way. They would have mounted it that way if it saved a nickel, I'm sure.
If I were pinned down on the subject I would probably have to name the RS-11 as my all-time favorite. These started out on the SAL and came to L&N from SCL. Regrettably their working days are ov... (more)
YDHR 3612 cuts across Concession 4 Road just outside of Goodwood, Ontario with five passenger cars in tow.
YDHR 3612 prepares to run around its train at Goodwood.
YDHR 3612 prepares to take a five car consist to Stouffville GO station and return.
YDHR 3612 pulls its five coach consist into Goodwood siding before running around it. YDHR 101, a recently purchased cab control car, will lead the train into Stouffville Station.
About to enter Allentown Yard
Freshly painted locomotive on turntable.