I think we can truly saw the Sandhills Sub has something of a "sawtooth profile" amply demonstrated by this WB train of empties.
Hazard is really close to Ravenna. Do we think the place may have some eastern Kentucky connection? Bet there's more coal flowing here. In any case this deadheading OCS was waiting to move on e... (more)
Gee I bet this one was originally SCL. Great quality painting. This one is not very old but has been worked very hard.
In it's original scheme with new sublettering this unit has kept its rotating light. Gotta be ex-L&N. I've always wondered where they disposed of all the "Mars lights". They added something to ... (more)
Poor man's remote control. One man operated this unit from the little box where the steps used to be. This is what we think of as the "classic" 65-tonner. I always wondered what would have happ... (more)
Poor man's remote control. One man operated this unit from the little box where the steps used to be. The unit apparently has been reengined with new Caterpilars.
Nice fresh paint for an old veteran of SCL.
During one of the best NRHS conventions ever the grand engine rolls WB on a runby. I was lucky to find a high spot. It was in a pulpwood yard as I recall.
With a slug between and a sister on the other end these units ruled the hump in those days.
This one began as C&O, then to CERA, then to Scoular Grain. That air conditioner arrangement seems to be popular. We saw others. The 110VAC comes from a little Honda generator. She appeared to... (more)
With that chop nose it looks like a fugitive from the Western Maryland and that air tank location is unique as far as I can tell.
Former SCL unit has a new garb as it awaits some work.
Unit was originally SAL, then SCL and is short term storange.
This unit began life as SCL 504. Remember when renumberings followed some logic and only happened ever ten years or so?
Delivered in Family Lines scheme.