Atlantic Coast Lines 100 sits in the Conrad Yelvington Distributors Yard outside of Gainesville, Florida. Photo taken with permission.
In June 1984, Golden Arrow Lines operated excursions on the Central Wisconsin Railroad Company route between Waukesha and Whitewater, Wisconsin. Powering the westbound train at Waukesha is Atlanti... (more)
A former ACL box car basks in the morning sun at the North Florida Railroad Museum
Atlantic Coast Line "Copperhead" No. 1031 slumbers inside the Spencer roundhouse in the company of Duke Power 0-4-0T No. 111. After being retired by the ACL, it was used by two short li... (more)
Atlantic Coast Line E3A #501 and Burlington E5A #9911A pose side by side during one of the night photo shoots at Streamliners.
Class of 1939:
Spencer's two oldest Streamliners sit side-by-side during the day's festivities. Despite their mutual age of 75 years, they look great.
Atlantic Coast Line E3 No. 501 takes a spin on the former Southern Railway turntable at the roundhouse in Spencer, N.C. The sprawling shop complex is now the North Carolina Transportation Museum a... (more)
Atlantic Coast Line No. 109 leaving South Rocky Mount, NC, joins the mainline led by SD45 1025 accompanied by an Alco C628, an E8A, E7A, and E6A on April 2, 1967.
The Miami-Chicago "South Wind" has its boiler water replenished at Louisville under the venerable old train shed at Union Station. The train has traveled the Seaboard Air Line from Miami... (more)
I imagine all these old beasts telling stories late into the night, chuckling at all the fools running around taking their pictures and generally feeling good that they have cheated the grim reape... (more)
I have not seen these two so close together since the EMD Open House in 1997.
ACL 501, the only remaining E3A sits with the only remaining E5A, the CB&Q 9911A in the yard in Spencer, NC