Switching cars into the Lafarge Plant at Clover Bar are GP9RM CN 7213, GP9 slug #240, and GP38-2(W)'s CN 4781 and 4767.
The Paradise local makes the turn coming out of Paradise with two empty bulkhead flats for Tricon Timber in St. Regis.
Almost lost in its own pristine bathtub in the Valhalla Mountains of British Columbia, Canadian Pacific’s local from Nelson to Slocan City continued once a week on a barge for 20 miles in 2 and h... (more)
Amtrak has been having numerous service issues recently, but just about every day, a unique motor has been on at least one of the trains to/from Miami. Today, we have "The Big Game" eng... (more)
The newest addition to Pinsly's Florida Central ops won't be turning a revenue wheel just yet. It wasn't picked up by FCEN due to bad wheels, likely flat spots. The little Geep was sent on two m... (more)
UP GP9 No. 139 accelerates west from Huntington, Ore. with a work train on UP's mainline through the Blue Mountains. Note the jointed rail still in use on this busy line in 1979.
A set of light engines running from Saucon to Bethlehem illustrate the metamorphosis from Penn Central to Conrail.
Of course, the lead unit is still wearing full PC garb, and the U33B is an early... (more)
The newest addition to Pinsly's Florida Central ops.
Former Mount Hood power sits in Watsonville with the IC inspired F9's on the left.
A passenger GP9 and a 'Green Kid'. On display at Exporail is AMT 1311 (GP9, originally CN 4307) and at right is GK10B 'Green Kid' built by Railpower from a CP SW1200RS (CP 8139).
Grafton & Upton Train GU-1 has just departed the yard at North Grafton and is heading for West Upton with 4 loads.
The Greenville & Western daily turn to Pelzer is headed back to Belton.
Massive floods along Colorado’s Front Range ten days ago closed almost all rail access into Denver. And so June 17,1965, finds this Rock Island piggyback grinding up the just-reopened Rio Grande-S... (more)
A string of Great Walton equipment rest in Social Circle. The Great Walton has an interesting collection including an ex. Illinois Central GP10 and right behind an ex. Western Maryland Caboose.
Pan Am Railway's two GP9s are notched out as they work to get their short Vermont-bound train up to the 40mph track speed.
Behind the "heritage duo," are loads of steel and propane fo... (more)