Strasburg acquired #9331, a GE 44-tonner, in 1966 after leasing it from the PRR since 1961. It was initially painted red and yellow and numbered #33. It is one of three diesel switche... (more)
This was the locomotive that the railroad was started with.
Under threatening skies the LS&M tourist train snakes along the St. Louis River.
On display at the Western American Railroad Museum in Barstow.
A National Model Railroad Association charter glides east through Buena Vista, returning from the Salt Lake International Center. Note the young kid waving from the pilot of the D.S.5. Operations ... (more)
Utah Central Railway's classy GE 44 tonner and caboose greet a sunny new day in West Haven, Utah.
The fireman's controls (for the stoker) on Woodward 2-10-0 No. 41, displayed at the Mid Continent Railway Museum. The locomotive is a stock Baldwin Decapod, nearly identical to Strasburg's 90.
Northwest Oklahoma GE 44-tonner working at Woodward, OK in this October 1982 scene.
Westbound Hartwell RR train between Airline and Bowersville
The Utah Central Railway serves two segments of former Union Pacific and Rio Grande trackage around the Ogden, Utah area. Former US Air Force GE 44-ton #1237 is photographed shuffling an SP box ca... (more)
Photographer Ken Patton takes us to the back roads of New Hampshire where a track removal train is busy ripping up vintage rails. Track lifting had already advanced west of Newport NH yard, hence ... (more)
ALM GE 44-tonner 34 interchanges with the Missouri Pacific on a very hot and muggy August day when the temperature reached 108 deg.
Ware Shoals #1955 working three hoppers near Ware Shoals, SC || November 1970
Somewhere between Society Hill and Cheraw (yeah, the boonies). Note the homemade end walks.
Back when this was about all HRT had.