A pair of former Nickel Plate Road GP7s brings a cut of autoracks through the many interlockings at Pullman Junction on Chicago's South Side. Tom Golden photo.
The conductor can barely be seen in the left side of the cupola on this N&W caboose. The bright red car is trailing the rear of an eastbound intermodal freight on the main line west of Roanoke.
The newer locomotive (by more than a decade) is on the right
This is the first public photo run-by for N&W 611 after it was returned to service in 1982. The lighting was just awful that morning, given the harsh morning sun and train direction. With Bob Clay... (more)
The N&W J611 sits in the yard during the Streamliners weekend at the NCTM.
The beast under the beauty. Visitors to the NCTM get a unique view of 611 as it gets torn down and rebuilt into it's former glory.
Photographer- James Claflin- from my collection.
NW 1776 with passenger consist at Orland Park, IL August, 14, 1974.
Two of BGRM's examples of motive power pose side by side in the evening sun. 675 serves the museum in excursion duties, while 1849 has been sidelined for several years with some mechanical issues ... (more)
Haze, heat, humidity, and plenty of railroad activity on the N&W in 1981.
None other than the famed Class J, 611, backs up for a photo runby at the west side of Elkhorn Tunnel. There was plenty of space for the patrons on this excursion to stand, but with the train head... (more)
The 611 is on what we thought was her last trip back to Roanoke.
What I did on my Summer vacation, redux: An early morning visit to the Mad River & NKP Museum. This fine display of a Norfolk & Western Wreck train is led by SD9, 2349, followed by a crane set an... (more)
After a brief stop at Huntingburg the 1218 leads the Independence Limited west for St. Louis and the 1990 NRHS convention.
A GP18 leads a rather unusual lash-up on the former Nickel Plate line.