A blue and yellow RS-11 leads a pair of burly N&W SD-45s out of the Belden Hill Tunnel on a winters day. At the time I was disappointed that the leader was not a lightning stripe unit, but it does... (more)
BN 4188,1977,828 roll 62 cars east near Wishram. Although the sky was mainly clear on this summer morning I still managed to get zapped with a small cloud. Back when I was much younger I used to s... (more)
Northern Pacific Alcos 912 and 908 are at the shops in Pasco, WA in the summer of 1970. Note the differing style of numbers and a roof mounted bell on only one of the units.
Maine Central had only two RS-11 #801-802. The U25B #226 was an ex Rock Island unit with the same number.
Recently acquired from the CV, 3609 is stored on a spur in Gore. One of the (at the time) active W&W RS11s can be seen at right.
Called RS-11s but really unique, these units have only recently been tranferred to Vermonth and this appears to be the first repainted for its new owner.
Nominally RS-11s, these were really unique and only on the DWP. Other than the notched ends they were more Canadian style than US and had the D/B in the short hood like an RS-3 or RS-10. I forgo... (more)
A simple paint job can be bright, very bright. This unit has yet to be repainted after being transferred from its longtime home.
With their day nearly done, NF&D's Lawrenceville-Emporia Turnaround Local arrives back at Lawrenceville, VA on April 16, 1970.
Chopped nose and RS3 waitng for crew at Mechanicville. This location was Railfan Central in the sixties and seventies.
#211 leads #2461 (a C425) and #405 (a C420) into Scranton and under Bridge 60 with a trip working from Carbondale. See more at www.youthwith.fotopic.net
SCL RS-11 #1205 coupled to SDP35 #619 at Hamlet, NC || October 1970
The eastbound NF&D Lawrenceville-Emporia Turnaround Local puts their train together at Lawrenceville, VA on April 16, 1970.
N&W Alcos gather at Roanoke, VA during the spring of 1972
TP&W RS11 #401 resting at East Peoria, IL || June 1975