Southern gives a green light to innovation and a canvas for local 'artists'.
Main Street of the Northwest With a close look one finds the original heritage of this 1958 built mechanical reefer which now finds itself amongst other relics found at the more)
Innovative A painter obviously used some of that Green Light to Innovation by only repainting the first three letters in the word “Southern” which in this case would act as the required “SO... (more)
Something appears to be amiss with the trucks on this Penn Central boxcar. Tom Golden photo.
the Action road Built for the Rio Grande in 1963 by American Car and Foundry, this fifty foot double door boxcar was intended to haul copper bullion from plants in Utah and even equipped w... (more)
The North Yard to Pueblo daily freight has just come into the ex-Rio Grande yard and begins to break its train down. This MoPac boxcar probably feels right at home, since this large sprawling Rio ... (more)
Southern Serves the South More than just a slogan; this was how the Southern Railway operated. From modifying cars to meet customer needs, or becoming the first railroad to introduce unit ... (more)
Hello, NP, this is the CNR. We are returning one of your box cars with a slight dent in one end.
Refer to my photo of the burned off axle as this is what caused the derailment and damage to th... (more)
I doubt CSX has an "open door policy".
As cars roll down the hump at Bellevue yard, this night in 1959, the carman keeps adding oil to the journal boxes, while other work continues all around the big yard. Photo recreated from the firs... (more)
Golden West Service Started back in the 1990s, this sale / lease back program consisting of cars from Southern Pacific, C... (more)
The Family Lines System Only operating from 1974 to 1982, this conglomerate of Southeast Railroads were able to coordinate their operations, facilities, motive power and rolling stock in o... (more)
A mighty fine slogan for a mighty fine railroad.
One of the major freight and passenger car builders for the railroad industry, Pullman-Standard produced some of the best in luxury and durability as this boxcar complete with original builder's l... (more)
One of the famous logos of the 1970's, the Railbox "X" logo continues to live on as it sees new life on the sides of TBOX and FBOX boxcars.