Westbound BRC job passing through Pullman Jct south side of Chicago
Ozark Mountain Railcar #2 which was originally owned by Wabash Railway.
The Baltimore & Annapolis Railroad participated in the Ferndale Days celebration by operating a series of short excursions powered by a C&O NW2. One of those excursions is seen rolling through Lan... (more)
1065 pulls a cut of cars under the C&O bridge which goes to Union Station , in the back ground is the C&O line to Indiana.
ex Upper Merion & Plymouth 1009, nee T&P 1009
Milwaukee Road NW2 #1649
This engine was built in 1947 and arrived at the Monticello Railway Museum in 2000. It's restoration (it is operable) was completed in late 2003. Just one of ma... (more)
Union Pacific D.S. No. 1011 switches cars at Heber, Utah, on February 9, 2006. This vintage 1,000 h.p. locomotive was built by EMD in 1940, and served UP until 1977. The retired locomotive went to... (more)
This is the only photo I ever took of an original scheme Chicago Great Western locomotive. By the time CNW took over the railroad in July 1968 most engines were either painted red with black roofs... (more)
At the Nevada Southern Railway Museum.
Wasatch Mountain Railway employees David Spendlove and Craig Drury appear to be in good spirits as they battle snowy conditions in Provo Canyon on a chartered special, Nov. 12, 1978.
A crew from the GATX Railroad facility is busy scuffling cars to spot them for the next day's work assignments.
I stopped by Pepper Ave. after my class and found this old switcher working in the GATX Railroad facility.
In Birmingham, at least, it seemed like road power was often grubby, but switchers were generally kept quite clean. Maybe the road units had to get back to Springfield for 'real' washes.