The freshly repainted TAG 80 sits at the NS interchange awaiting its next call to duty.
Ex NW GP35 rebuilt as a GP38 serves the Port of Beaumont TX. Photo taken from a public road.
With ominous skies looming, the Ann Arbor Railroad heritage unit switches autoracks.
Light engines returning to Wylie yard
“Fresh Air”: A crewman of the “East End Local” (B829), with Chessie System/B&O GP38 2047, gets some fresh air and conducts a “roll by” inspection of R171 (Orange Blossom Special South), while bei... (more)
Maine Central and Boston & Maine EMD’s lead a northbound Delaware & Hudson train out of Binghamton, New York at Nowlan Road.
Southern 5000 sits over drained water. The color comes from boron added to the water to adjust the pH.
A fisherman watches the CORP train to Coos Bay cross the Umpqua River drawbridge. The is the former Southern Pacific Coos Bay branch.
As the morning clouds burn off, the 664 rolls through a vertical curve departing Donald. Those transmission lines in the right of way identify this trackage as part of the former Oregon Electric. ... (more)
After working the morning on the east end of the P&W Sub with the Allegheny Valley, an FRA inspection train crosses the Connequessing Creek outside of Evans City on the B&P's Main Line Sub.
Hartwell 1973 pulls a pair of empty center beams out of Harbin Lumber. The crew will turn back north here and put a train together for the NS at Bowersville.
At a Friday night slide get-together, the latest news was that two Maine Central units had been the power on southbound Delaware & Hudson train NE-87 to Potomac Yard. Of course, they would be the ... (more)
With clean power and low afternoon light, Conrail local WJAL-19 takes the cars that it has picked up at Packerton and begins its return to Allentown.
The BN 664 train rolls up the old Oregon Electric trackage on Salem's Front Street NE.