Since 1982, Rydman & Fox, an agricultural products company, uses a former Southern Pacific unit to service its facility located on a former Conrail, nee-Pennsylvania, track that was once part of t... (more)
N&W RS-11 338 at Roanoke, VA June 1971
Built in April 1961, the Delaware and Hudson’s first chopped nose, RS-11 5006, two RS-3's and another RS-11 work Wilkes Barre, PA/ Mechanicville, NY tonnage. This eastbound train built a lot of mo... (more)
Norfolk and Western 335 and a GP-9 are performing final switching prior to heading down the Abingdon Branch to West Jefferson, NC.
Erie Mining 7207 and 7209, a pair of ALCO RS11's, idle while waiting their turn to unload a train of raw iron ore at the huge processing plant in Hoyt Lakes Minnesota.
RS-11 from above. RS-11 1804 is on the point of a 3 unit set at Bridge 60 in Scranton having completed a day's work. In the morning, these engines will head to Taylor Yard to pick up 30 loaded g... (more)
A DL transfer run has just arrived from Canadian Pacific interchange at Taylor Yard with a colorful group of locomotives.
After riding the train South from Uxbridge, we hoped out to get some quick pics of the locomotive, we where later offered a cabride and rode in the cab of a old ALCO seen in the picture back to Ux... (more)
A PC Alco leads a string of locomotives sitting outside PC's Collinwood shops in this autumn 1968 photo.
Another interesting combination of Alco power on the Adirondack in peak fall colors
The 5008 along with the 5020 was used regularly on the Adirondacks in 1974 as PAs were being rebuilt at MK.
A pair of Alco's pass under the footbridge in Oneonta. The Oneonta footbridge wasn't quite as famous as the Sayre footbridge.
TPW RS-11s #400 and #401 rest at East Peoria, IL || June 1975
NF&D 203 eastbound near Dennison, NC || December 1970