Simpson Timber Railroad was built out of Shelton following Goldsboro Creek, a small river that the railway crossed several times. In this photo, a short train of empty cars is led along Goldsboro ... (more)
A pair of BN SW1200's lead a train on their branch to West Chicago in September of 1986. Although the line still serves some industries on the line, this portion has been removed.
Lone Star End-CabAlong with GP7s and SD40s, the Texas Gonzales and Northern Railroad also owns a few end-cab switchers - TXGN 106 is one of them. Built as Missouri Pacific SW1200 1... (more)
MILW 618 heads a transfer from Black River Jct., near Renton, WA where the MILW mainline separates from the Pacific Coast Railway, into Seattle. Main line trains from Chicago terminated in Tacoma,... (more)
Norfolk Portsmouth Belt Line’s bicentennial SW1200 spends the weekend at the road’s Sewell’s Point servicing facility.
BN 199 has a cut of coal cars in tow as it passes the Queen of the lakes, the Edward Ryerson, under the DM&IR ore docks in October of 1993.
One of the 2 Little Kanawha River RR SW1200's sits at the south end of the small operation tucked away in Parkersburg.
Sporting a pink broom in the cab and faded Dakota Rail lettering, this remote control Rail Works/TCWR SW1200 has its work cut out for it switching out the Heartland Corn Products ethanol plant.
This former Dakota Rail/Rail Works SW1200 now has the duties of switching out the Heartland Corn Products ethanol facility at Winthrop on the Minnesota Prairie Line RR (MPLI). With no balloon tra... (more)
The #1200, named "City of Shelton", sits cold inside the old brick roundhouse next to her stable mate #900 since her "fire was dropped" nearly one and a half years ago after Simpson Lumber Company... (more)
Western Forest Products SW1200 #302 leads the afternoon Beaver Cover train over East Fork trestle on Vancouver Island. WFP's Englewood Railway remains the last logging railroad in North America.
MNS #31 rests at the Soo Lines Shoreham Shops in September of 1983.
Off we go to Nanty-Glo
A Cambria & Indiana caboose hop passes through the coal mining community of Nanty-Glo, Pennsylvania,