ex-SLSF 865 brings a good sized Belt Job back south to Commercial Yard.
One of a vanishing breed, a nice looking four axle on a major railroad. This one will soon depart with a southbound auto rack train.
It's close quarters in downtown Carlisle as the Paris bound test run snakes through downtown.
After a successful first test run under a new contract with the power plant up in West Maysville. A pair of TTI's blue and white Dash 7's take the 15 empty coal hoppers back to home base in Paris ... (more)
MNNR power resting at St. Paul on a sunny Monday morning. Taken on railroad property with permission and proper forms filled out.
An interesting power combination (SP B30-7 No. 7774, D&RGW SD45 No. 5322, UP C41-8W No. 9480) leading the MDVRO through Provo Yard on March 8, 1998.
A pair of former Chessie System B30-7 diesels, CSXT 5533 (ex-C&O 8251) and 5546 (ex-C&O 8264), cross the Cape Fear River in Fayetteville, NC, on a September 1989 day.
The daily sb long-distance local between Montgomery and Dothan has worked a small woodyard north of town and rolls by the ex-ACL downtown depot.
The Lancaster Northern (LANO) operation of the East Penn Railroad interchanges traffic with NS at the big railroad's Spring Street Yard in Reading, Pa. ESPN 7874 was SP 7874 and wears an older ESP... (more)
SCL B30-7 is just a year old and leads another GE and an EMD unit on a southbound freight. former C&O 4-8-4 had already passed by with a northbound excursion.
The depressing deadline! These first two units are RCPHG4s, rebuilt B36-7s, awaiting scrapping. They were most recently used in remote control work. The rest of the line is filled with beat-up SD4... (more)
SP 7842, B23-7, at Corsicana, TX. 9-13-1982
"M&NJ Maybrook Local"
A second day of detours on the NYS&W warranted another trip to Campbell Hall, however this day would play out differently as the train I was after was outla... (more)
"Collecting the Toys"
The Chester fire department had sent one of their fire trucks to Sugar Loaf in support of the first annual Toys for Tots train to run on the Middletown and ... (more)