Well never expected this. CSX P901 with the recently repainted CRR in tow heads to Charlotte as it comes through Mount Holly, NC. Now you want to say historic moves this was one.
B&O 722 and C&O 8016 (CRR 800 today) pose at the NCTM's Streamliners event.
The Clinchfield's first diesel locomotive, F3A number 800, has been restored to its original paint scheme by CSX's Huntington Locomotive Shop in West Virginia. Built in December of 1948, and often... (more)
On a hot and hazy summer afternoon, a short Grand Trunk Western freight out of Chicago behind an F3/F3/GP9 lashup rolls east near Dolton, IL.
Switching freight on the GRAND TRUNK WESTERN branch from Durand to Bay City.
Everything in this shot is Delaware, Lackawanna & Western, the locomotive paint, the rails, the concrete tower, the land. THIS is historic railroad preservation and it warms the cockles of the hea... (more)
Minneapolis & St. Louis Railroad EMD F3(A) 401 and 404 at Peoria, Illinois in June 1950. M&StL had 6 F3's road numbers 400-405, and 8 F7A's 406-413. Photo taken from my slide collection, no photo... (more)
The End Has ComeIt's late summer of 1947, and the Delaware, Lackawanna, and Western has completed its order of 24 EMD F3(A) and 12 F3(B). The end of steam on the Route of Phoebe Sno... (more)
Mattes Street Nights- In what could very easily pass for a DL&W publicity photo, an A-B-A set of EMD F3's poses alongside the Mattes Street interlocking tower in downtown Scranton. This pho... (more)
Mattes Street Nights- In what could very easily pass for a DL&W publicity photo, an A-B-A set of EMD F3's poses alongside the Mattes Street interlocking tower in downtown Scranton. This ph... (more)
Central of Georgia F3(A) 901, GP9 163, SD9 203, F3(A) 907 at Atlanta (East Point), Georgia in March 1957. Photo from my slide collection, no photographer listed.
Single F3 leader.
Single Lackawanna F3 leads the short yard trips at Steamtown today.
CB&Q (Burlington Route) #122-A (F3A-F3B-F7B-F7A) near Brush, Colorado; October 18, 1963. Photo part of my slide collection, no photographer listed.