It's been quite a while since the Corman F units were used for the annual wine and dine special presented to KY. politicians by the railroads serving in KY. RJ Corman usually provides motive power... (more)
An A-B-A set of F9's for the Peoria and Western Railway pull a long string of coal hoppers out of storage near Disco, IL on 3/31/10.
An A-B-A set of F9's for the Peoria and Western Railway pull a long string of coal hoppers out of storage as it passes the badly faded wooden station sign at Disco, IL on 3/31/10.
Train 17, the Rio Grande Zephyr completes another trip between Denver and Salt Lake City near Provo, UT on a beautiful early evening. Certainly by 1979 this was the nation's last best passenger tr... (more)
A old retired snowplow hooked up to Santa Fe 1404 sit in a railway museum on the outskirts of Squamish, British Columbia.
The Minnesota section of the Society of Mining Engineers operated their annual fall rail trip on LTV from Knox Yard at Hoyt Lakes to Taconite Harbor.
The yellow flags on the side of the F9s is a nice touch but it is Old Glory that takes center stage as the final LTV Steel Mining Company mainline ore train departs for the dock at Taconite Harbor... (more)
This is a power combination you don't see often. Erie Mining 4211 leads three leased (TTLX) former BN GEs out of Cramer Tunnel en route to the ore dock at Taconite Harbor with 125 cars. The final ... (more)
Norfolk Southern's beautiful business train passes through a small south Georgia community running as the 'Blue Ribbon Special'
The Santa Cruz and Monterey Bay Railway takes the Train To Christmas Town passengers on a Christmas slough ride through Harkins Slough.
Some of the remaining locomotives that plied the rails for Erie Mining Co. and later LTV Steel Mining Co. sit in what once the bustling pellet yard of the massive taconite plant. The vegetation h... (more)
Washington Central F9PHA, ex B&O F3A 165 ,leads the Sprit Of Washington Dinner Train Northbound along Lake Washington.
BN had quite a fleet of EMD covered wagons and they lasted into the early 80's. Here is an A-B-B-A set on train 123. This is a slide I traded for years ago, no photographer information on slide.