Mid-Continent's Baldwin RS4TCA1 1256 is decorated, along with the museum train, for the 4th of July weekend celebrations.
On the Occasion of the 50th Year of the Vietnam war Anniversary commemoration, USAX 1880 was on display at Fort Eustis, VA.
The Army job out of Fort Carson has just delivered a few empty flats to the UP BNSF interchange yard at Kelker and is heading back to the Fort.
US Army USAX 1400 is a GP9E that was originally built as a GP9 for the Southern Pacific in 1959. It has spent the last couple of days in the UP's North Yard, apparently waiting for an escort back... (more)
Freshly overalled and a shiny new paint job at Hill AFB. US Army 4672 awaits shipment to a new home.
The New Haven borrowed 38 U.S.Army locomotives to assist in the recovery from the floods of August 1955. Some were not returned until June 1956. I shot B-2044 in Providence, RI.
Affectionately called "the critter" by the crew, this center cab switch engine was constructed by General Electric in 1952 for the US Government. Behind the locomotive is a heavy duty flatcar buil... (more)
Former U.S. Army Fairbanks-Morse H12-44 No. 1843 and New York Central caboose No. 19877 depart Industry Depot at the Rochester & Genesee Valley Railroad Museum. The Army unit is one of the few ope... (more)
Former U.S. Army Fairbanks-Morse H12-44 No. 1843 is in charge of a rare three-car train consisting of New York Central, Erie Railroad, and Penn Central cabooses at the Rochester & Genesee Valley R... (more)
Although I lived in Colorado Springs for 17 years I could count the number of times I was able to photograph the military operations of Fort Carson. They often came off the property to pick up tra... (more)
USAX 6522, newly built in May of 2015, waits in the 36th Street Yard for orders while UP 695 (GP38-2) sorts out a string of container cars.
USAX 6522 is a brand new (built in May) model 3GS-18B, made for the US Army by NRE – National Railway Equipment Company out of Illinois. Serial number 239-6522-5-2015, the 280,000 lb. locomotive ... (more)
Its a beautiful day for a train ride on Fort Eustis Military base. Their GE 80-ton locomotive USAX #1663 is seen traveling East shortly after departing the Gray Rail shops.
A view of the Engineers controls on NRE 3GS21B-DE United States Army Locomotive #6516. This engine features Dynamic braking, this is the only NRE 3GS21B-DE to feature Dynamic Braking.
USAX 1663 is resting inside, from the below freezing temperatures as they await its next assignment at Fort Eustis.