Steamscape - Gleason Creek. Hands-down, one of the most photogenic spots on the Nevada Northern Railway is this one, on the Keystone Line west of Ely. This is Gleason Creek, near the mine... (more)
Union Pacific wasn’t the only railroad which liked yellow paint — so did the Santa Fe. CF-7 2593 was just a month old after being rebuilt from F7 214C, and poses with its GP-7 brethren at Temple,... (more)
Just weeks before this photo, CF-7 2606 had been Santa Fe F7 220C, and still appears spotless on October 4, 1972 at Temple, Texas.
Two Santa Fe CF-7s and three F units tug on northbound tonnage near McGregor, Texas on March 11, 1973, headed for Ft. Worth and on to Oklahoma. Until seven months previous, CF-7 2609 had been pas... (more)
Santa Fe F7s and a CF-7 handle a westbound freight in central Texas near McGregor on Dec. 19, 1971, eight months after the passenger unit was bumped to freight by Amtrak.
After making a set-out at Goldthwaite, Texas, Santa Fe Extra 283C throttles up to resume its westward trip to Brownwood and further to the panhandle on June 19, 1971. Goldthwaite agency was close... (more)
In a town that it rains more then the sun shines, I found a pair of Alaska GP's working the small yard in town after back loading the ARMS barge in a afternoon downpour. Whittier once a Military t... (more)
The seventh CF-7 built, ATSF 2643 is in charge of the south local near Hoyte, Texas on Jan. 16, 1971, just days after it left the company’s Cleburne Shops. It originally was F7 270.
These battered old warriors were once the go-to power for the SP to get their trains across the western states, but those days are now long gone. But it appears these brutes may get another lease ... (more)
The sun has just set behind Mt Susitna of the Alaska Range Mountains as the Coastal Classic makes it's way north up the Turnagain Arm bound for Anchorage.
This was on the first revenue run of the Southern 4501 after her extensive rebuild.
Q43320 is seen heading south through CP22 w/ a pair of Union Pacific Flag units leading the way.
New Jersey Transit train 415 (Arrow III 1332) just arrived at Bernardsville station on the Gladstone Branch. Today Bernardsville is the terminus for all trains, because wire repairs have taken pla... (more)
A KCS Belle and a KCS grey (KCS 4621) lead ethanol loads for northern New Jersey down the Selkirk Branch.