An eastbound Conrail freight with two SD50's 6704 & 6726 and a Santa Fe GP35R 2856 at Buffalo, New York in September 1986.
Reading & Northern's blue SD50 takes a break from the Lehigh Gorge Scenic to lend a hand with a freight through Nesquehoning, PA.
The CSX Erie yard power these days consists of an SD50 and an SD40-3, which makes for an interesting pair of an older EMD and a newly rebuilt one. Locomotives:CSX 8568 SD50CSX 4061... (more)
Rio Grande train 705 works its way west between Granby and Kremmling on the Moffat line in Byers Canyon. Three of the Grande’s newest locomotives, SD50’s, lead the empty coal train, which also a f... (more)
“Off the Showroom Floor. Almost.”By October 21, 1984, this pair of Chessie System units looks to have seen some very limited revenue service, but, having just been built in August, they... (more)
An SD50 leader; a bit of something other than Res on the River.
At 15,000 feet long, CSX Q254 rushes through Lawrence, Indiana with CSXT 8546 (SD50-2) in the lead.
A trio of six-axle units shove on the rear of NS 873.
A northbound auto-rack train passes milepost "JC 11", marking 11 miles from Jersey City before ducking beneath the US Route 46 overpass in Ridgefield Park.
In a seen never to be repeated here we see SD50 lead a Eastbound auto rack train under the ubiquitous Color Position Lights while a Westbound general freight awaits it's turn
Standing at the Glencoe road crossing, it was a race between the rapidly setting sun and the advancing shadows to my back versus the arrival of westbound freight Q353. Fortunately, I had an 80-200... (more)
A pair of EMD workhorses, still earning their keep. SD50 CSXT 8537 (built in 1984 for the Seaboard System Railroad) and SD40-2 CSXT 8161 (built in 1981 for the Seaboard Coast line) are stil... (more)
A loaded grain train ran into unit problems while heading to the new Wayne Farms grain mill in Newton. It is headed to Banks where there is a siding so that the units can be switched around.
An eastbound Conrail train from Reading and points beyond crosses the Lehigh River to enter the yard at Allentown, Pennsylvania.