Passenger special on the line to Milton Junction.
An Erie Lackawanna employee brings a complete freight car truck set away from a derailment in Hammond. You can notice that one end of the ACL boxcar is suspended in the air by an EL crane while t... (more)
A Golden Arrow Lines excursion on the Central Wisconsin Railroad Company route between Waukesha and North Prairie is rumbling through Genesee Depot, Wisconsin, on August 4, 1984. Next to the track... (more)
For the first time in years the ACL 501 is moving under its own power. Doug Nixon carefully watches the flanges as the engine eases off the turntable. For more pictures please visit my flickr http... (more)
Something that looks like it belongs under the microscope from a biological plague covers the abandoned and old Atlantic Coast Line track. This track is located in the former McCoy Air Force Base... (more)
I think it is a pretty safe bet that a train hasn't traveled down this track in a long, long time. This old Atlantic Coast Line track is located between the CSX Taft yard and the Orlando Internat... (more)
A Golden Arrow Lines excursion on the Central Wisconsin Railroad Company route between Waukesha and North Prairie is passing a small grain elevator off of Main Street east of Genesee Depot, Wiscon... (more)
With the wig-wags doing their “wagging” at Main Street crossing in North Prairie, Wisconsin, Atlantic Coast Line E3 No. 501 is power for a Golden Arrow Lines excursion from Waukesha to North Prair... (more)
A Locomotive Electrician works to solve the mystery of the failing auxiliary generator on the number 1 prime mover in the historic ACL E3.
Almost as if "keeping it all within the family," power-short Clinchfield leased old FT units that had been traded-in by ACL for newer power, and used the FT's in pusher service as these four await... (more)
ACL 501 sits on display at the North Carolina Transportation Museum during the Museum in Motion Festival
The Atlantic Coast Line Champion E3 No. 501 basks in the morning sun at the North Carolina Transportation Museum during the annual Rail Days celebration
The ACL 501 basks in the sun at the NCTM on a sunny Saturday morning.