T.R. Miller Mill 44-ton #11 working at Brewton, AL in May 1972. This was a forest products company and the bards on the front of the locomotive allowed it to push lumber buggies into the kiln.
A somewhat quizzical look on the face of this old unit running on what remained of the Camino, Placerville & Lake Tahoe. Pity I didn't stay longer.
Sumpter & Choctaw 44-ton #501 and caboose #1000 at Bellamy, AL || May 1972
ARC 44-ton #3 leading an eastbound by the Stoney Point Baptist Church in Stoney Point, NC || October 1969
Grafton & Upton #9 resting outside the engine facility at Hopedale, MA || May 1977
A GE 44 tonner is being used by the Vulcan Material company to switch out offset hoppers. A pair of Conrail GP40-2's run a transfer freight over the IHB.
Locomotive #15 will not be on the property much longer, she is bound for a new home in Ogema, Saskatchewan, Canada at the newly formed Southern Prairie Railway. Keeping her company on this brisk J... (more)
Ware Shoals 44-ton #1955 near Shoals Jct, SC || November 1971
Smoky Mountain RR #440, a 44-ton in storage at Southern's John Sevier Yard in Knoxville. This engine now resides in an industrial park at Fletcher, NC.
Lapeer Industrial Railroad's 44 tonner #5 sits waiting for it's next assignment. It is at rest with the Lapeer grain silo towering over the locomotive.
The Stepchild? Although Strasburg is known as a bastion of steam, there are a few diesels on the roster to handle a little freight on the side. One of the first locomotives acquire... (more)
Arcade & Attica's diesel fleet rests.
During the 1992 San Jose convention of the NRHS a small bunch of convention goers took a bus to Niles Canyon We participated in several short trips and a parade of locomotives put on by Nile Cany... (more)
A&LM #34 at Huttig, AR in May 1972. There was approximately one mile of track between Dollar Junction and Hutting where the mill was located. This line was used by the MOP, L&PB and the A&LM.
With white flags flying, the M&NJ conductor rides up front and gets ready to flag the next crossing as we approach another photo op during the last run to Slate Hill.