Faded and weary, this unit resides outdoors in Baltimore.
After a day of heavy rain, the sun comes out to illuminate the largest operatable diesel in the country, on display for Railroad Daze.
The VRE is introduced to the public at Union Station as dignitaries pose for photos on the V01.
The lineup of steam at the 1970 NRHS Convention simmers away.
Freshly painted at the Centralia paint shop CN 2124 is placed on public display at the local Amtrak station. Recently purchased from Union Pacific. Ex. UP 9089. Ex. CNW 8577.
No, they won't MU with each other... in fact, I don't think the Model 40 can MU with anything, and the RS12, if I'm right, can only MU with another Baldwin... but still they are the two operationa... (more)
Operation Lifesaver locomotive loaned by NS to the Monticello Railway Museum for Railroad Days. Looks nice hooked up with a Norfolk & Western caboose.
The very first SD40 produced by EMD in the 1960's. Originally EMDX 434 and later GMO 950. It eventually spent much of its life as IC 6071. Donated by CN to the Monticello Railway Museum. The m... (more)
SERM's ex-SOU GP30 is lit up during a creative lighting photo shoot with the Photographic Society of Chattanooga at the Tennessee Valley Railway Museum.
Three shades of C&NW yellow and green, and a little bankruptcy blue too.
Now arriving on station track one... The bilevel suburban train pushes into the station at IRM.
A pair of C&NW original paint units pose in front of the diesel house.
The North Shore 749 was just returned to service earlier this year. It was built in Chicago in 1928, and looks as good now as is did back then.
The slant nosed Silver Pilot occupies the grade crossing in a switching move at the end of her day.
The 92 waits under the stars for part two of diesel weekend at IRM.