A northbound Burlington Northern train is entering home rail at Chemult, after a trip from Klamath Falls on Southern Pacific. The old station was bulldozed not long after this photo.
CNW SD40 879 is joined by SD40-2 6885, a pair of SD18s and a GP7 at Itasca Yard on Superior, Wisconsin's east end. This was CNW's northern most terminal (outside of upper Michigan) and a major con... (more)
The CNW came into Westminster Junction at the east end of the wye. Here, a westbound CNW train is traveling across the north leg of the wye to continue west. These former CGW SD40s have been re-... (more)
With an aging, ailing motive power fleet, Guilford scoured the used locomotive market for bargains. One source was the Detroit Edison fleet of SD40’s and U30C’s. The B&M got one of the GE’s, and t... (more)
Light W&LE power returns westbound between Philson and Mance, Pa. after utilizing CSX trackage rights to move a grain train from Connellsville to Hagerstown.
I & M Rail Link train 98, Kansas City to Twin Cities hit a truck as the train entered street running in Bellevue, Iowa. Luck was with the crew, truck driver and local residents as there were no s... (more)
A southbound Detroit Edison empty hopper train approaches Clarksville en route to Bailey Mine on the MGA's Manor Branch for loading.
Adam Farence Photo
This photo, was taken with permission on BBRR property. Beautifully restored SD40, C&O #7534 sits on the deadline in BBRR's yard. While coupled up to two other BBRR loco's and rolling stock, she a... (more)
The sanders are wide open as a Utah Railway coal train tries to gain traction up the Price River Canyon.
Recently restored by CSX's Huntington Locomotive Shop, C&O SD40 number 7534 leads a Buckingham Branch freight in Staunton, VA.
NS 856 exits the east portal of Cooper Tunnel at Bluestone, WV.
Missouri Pacific SD40s Nos. 3088 and 3080, along with SD40-2 No. 3134 rest at Yard Center locomotive facility at Dolton, Illinois, on September 15, 1985.
The Penn-Central years were bleak years in many ways, from the appearance of locomotives to the state of decline that so epitomized the plight of northeastern railroading in that time. Nevertheles... (more)