This old brute has turned it's last wheel but still sits like an old warrior ready for the next battle.
RSD 15 sits on the ready tracks at the Redondo jct engine facility. The sanding tower is in the background along with the inbound power from the Super Chief / El Capitain
Complete with Indian head logo, Squaw Creek Coal's RSD15's looked sharp in their yellow scheme.
Squaw Creek Coal's RSD15's looked sharp in their yellow scheme.
Eastbound Hill Country Flyer excursion train climbs the grade towards Summit during bluebonnet season.
Penn Central used a pair of RSD 15's for switching the Providence Freight Terminal up to the formation of Conrail. These units remained clean and new looking for a long period and had enough guts ... (more)
GB&W 2407 and UP X-18 sit on display at IRM.
January 1977 at the SP hump yard, Eugene
A pair of Alligators sit outside the shops awaiting repairs.
The Hill Country Flyer slugs it up the hill and through a cut before dropping down to Cedar Park.
The Hill Country Flyer runs around the train in the passenger siding at Bertram. Note the creative signal used on this part of the line.