The Great Northern's Empire Builder is being pushed into the station by a CB&Q yard engine. Car name is "Rocky Coulee". Kodachrome II film.
GN 192 sits inside the shops at the Lake Superior Railroad Museum getting some prime mover work done.
Whilst we're on an 'Atlantic' theme and following Brian Stephenson's recent posting, here's another wonderful century-old image by a skilled but unknown photographer. Passing a London bound train,... (more)
The 'stars' of this weekend's extravaganza at Barrow Hill were undoubtedly the A4, A2 and A1 Pacifics of the LNER. For me the REAL star of the show was their forerunner (good adjective!) in the wo... (more)
Taken on a cold but fairly clear day Thanksgiving Weekend in 1966. Kodachrome II film.
GN441 now awaits its next guests.
Deep in the heart of the Palouse, half-hidden in the depths in the canyon formed by the region's namesake river, is this little gem: A wooden boxed-in Howe truss, the only one of its kind remainin... (more)
Where I work. NW5 is getting its engine worked on again, as we hold a certain blue guy hostage...
After 3 1/2 years of work, the former Great Northern NW5 #192 was nearly completely rebuilt engine wise. June 6th, 2011 was the first time she was moved under load in nearly 4 years, and will take... (more)
GN 325 leads an eastbound that I would assume is the Empire Builder near Inverness, MT. Scanned from an Ektachrome transparency that is part of my collection but was not shot by me. No photographe... (more)
With FTA #410A.
Just a year old.
Two month old U25Bs 2504, 2505, and 2506.
With VO1000 #142