CSX 2675 is heading across Livernois Avenue on Detroit's Westside as they head down the West Detroit Branch to switch local industries.
CSX 2675 is approaching West Warren Avenue in Detroit with cars for Coca-Cola and scrap gondolas they picked up earlier while working on the West Detroit Branch.
CSX 7 leads P910, The Barnum and Bailey Circus Train through the Delray section of Detroit as they depart from Motown after a weekend of shows at the Palace of Auburn Hills.
The 7085 is leading local LD07 back to Oakwood Yard as they pass through Delray Junction in Detroit.
Thousands of people flood the streets of Detroit to watch the final stretch of the 33rd annual Detroit Free Press Marathon as one of the "movers" passes above the finishing runners.
Just in from Muskegon, #56 eases in to Brush St. station. This was a daily train, departing Muskegon at 12:05pm and arriving Brush St. at 6pm.
NS Local LB12 is returning to Oakwood Yard as they pass through Delray Junction with coke hoppers off Zug Island.
Adrian and Blissfield 836 is working along the southern end of sister road Detroit Connecting. This was formally a Grand Trunk line that hosted passenger and commuter trains until the early 1980s... (more)
Railfanning, 1950's style. The Switchtender, dressed in his street shoes, tolerant but nonplussed by the photographer and his friend, the late Bill Rosenberg of Long Island City, N.Y., on the lef... (more)
With highstepping class K4a #5631 up front, an outbound commuter train prepares to depart the Motor City. More scenes from that day have been uploaded at Railroad: Grand Trunk WesternLocomotive: Steam 4-6-2Location: Detroit, Michigan, USALocomotive #: GTW 5631Train ID: commuterPhoto Date: August 13, 1956
Another view of DT 104 shoving a coach into Brush St.
U-1-c #6040 with 73" drivers is hostled at Brush St. passing the old Standard Oil [Indiana] crown pump. Most of the 5 locomotives in this class (#6037-41) were gradually equipped with disc driver... (more)
Working the Brush St. terminal on a humid August day. The switchers were diesel, but the passenger trains here were still powered by steam.
NS 5242 leads a local back towards North Yard in Detroit as they proceed along the Sterling Secondary.