Originally built as New Haven #654 this steel plant switcher has been left sitting here at this spot for eight years.
MILW 605 switches the southern most segment of their famous "Beer Line" in Milwaukee.
A Rock Island SW1200RS (flexicoil trucks) handles switching chores at Inver Grove, MN while a caboose from a Soo Line transfer job waits to depart back to Shoreham Yard in northeast Minneapolis (C... (more)
RJ Corman SW1200 1265 rests in Bardstown, KY on a warm summer Sunday morning. This engine was built for Missouri Pacific and spent a chunk of its career serving for Wheeling Pittsburgh Steel befor... (more)
Effingham RR power Effingham
Two SW1200's and two dozen tank cars are headed east to Breckenridge MN on BNSF trackage rights.
After switching a couple of local industries, this set of SW1200's bring back a healthy cut of cars to RRVW's yard in Breckenridge for classification.
Adjacent the EJ&E's Kirk Yard roundhouse in Gary. EJ&E 309 is an ex Union Pacific TR5 unit (#1870) built in 1951.
Everything looks to be staged and ready to go for the next shift but today all is quiet on this early Sunday morning at Gerdau Ameristeel, formerly Newport Steel, where they recycle construction d... (more)
Big Blue lives on in 2016, in southwestern Minnesota of all places, as this SW1200 lives out its days at a Cargill elevator along the Union Pacific between Windom and Worthington.
MILW 641 works what's left of The Milwaukee Road's once thriving Beer Line. There is little evidence of this line today.
Six CN switchers make a light engine move from Thornton Yard near Surrey, BC to North Vancouver in April 1984. The units are at a junction in Burnaby on the east side of Vancouver that separates C... (more)