Some very obvious size comparisons here as a diminutive GE centercab muscles a much larger covered hopper while a massive lake ship undergoes repairs during winter lay-up.
Visalia Electric 502 rolls into the museum with a lone tank car
Smoky Mountain's 44-ton GE, appropriately numbered 440, handles pulpwood at Sevierville, Tenn. on July 11, 1957.
only 1 of 4 units ordered by the NC&StL. This is the only known example to be in existence.
Switching the OERM shops.
HRR's number 7 actually lighter than 44 tons... but the only GE selection..,. trundles through a "winter wonderland" on track inspection
Alexander 44 tonner #3 sits in the 84 Lumber Co. parking lot. From what I've learned, this unit is still on the active roster, and is mostly used on weekends when a customer needs a switch. So t... (more)
A National Model Railroad Association charter on the Salt Lake Garfield & Western glides east near Orange Street, returning from the Salt Lake International Center.
Much ignored, almost despised, probably handy if you work there, this former Oahu Railway & Land diesel is under the weather and getting attention, much to our delight. In fact K36 487 is shuffli... (more)
What a beautiful day for a train ride in Central Colorado!
LS&M centercab runs around its train on a soggy Sunday.
Once upon a time this locomotive would have been found running about the Greater Winnipeg Region. Now it shuffles cars in Southern Ontario at the W.G. Thompson & Sons grain elevator in Kent Bridg... (more)
Southern Railroad of New Jersey's former NYO&W GE44 ton locomotive 105, restored into the original livery.
Visalia Electric 502 heads into the yard with its lone tank car