The crew of USATC S160 2-8-0 look carefully rearward at Toddington on the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway Steam Gala on 26th May 2018
The Army GenSet at Ft. Campbell backs a long load of empties onto a siding.
Working the Pine Creek Railroad - This little critter built in 1942 for the US Army now works a small, narrow-gauge, tourist outfit at the New Jersey Museum of Transportation in Allaire S... (more)
Two U.S. Army Alco MRS1 road switchers lead a train off of the Aberdeen & Rockfish and onto the tracks of the Cape Fear Railway, based in Fort Bragg. Today’s consist is entirely made up of aviatio... (more)
A Proper Little Train
A classic Jersey Central wooden caboose (CNJ 91155) marks the hind end of the Pine Creek Railroad's excursion consist. This caboose was re-trucked to 3 ft gauge ... (more)
The Jersey 3-Footer
A Pine Creek Railroad excursion departs the station at Allaire State Park on a fine autumn afternoon. The New Jersey Museum of Transportation operates a 3 ft gauge... (more)
Former US Army GE 25 ton 7751 is pulling the Pine Creek Railroad's excursion train around the big loop at the Allaire State Park. The coach behind is a former Canadian National car that once saw s... (more)
A trio of ex-Army 80 tonners await movement to their new owner/destination.
With a DODX idler flat coupled to tank cars full of aviation fuel for adjacent Pope Air Force Base, the Cape Fear Railway crew pumps up air before returning to Fort Bragg. Today, the Cape Fear’s M... (more)
Two United States Army Alco MRS-1’s, operated by the Cape Fear Railway, the common carrier contracted to serve Fort Bragg, back onto received cars at the Aberdeen & Rockfish interchange. Beside D... (more)
Built by the Marion Steam Shovel Company of Marion, Ohio in 1920 this unique item is possibly the oldest remaining 12" gun mount on a rail car. Once used as coastal defenses through the 1920... (more)
The Military Transportation Association's US Army 25 ton locomotive is on display at the Whippany Railway Museum. Behind are some of the Morristown & Erie's passenger car fleet.
US Army 4607 (GP10) waits for orders in the UP's North Yard while UP 1358 (ex Denver & Rio Grande Western GP40-2) heads to the sand box.
This critter always is hanging around the shops at Morristown.
A GATX and US Army unit add a splash of color to an otherwise all Amour Yellow UP North Yard. USAX 4607 started life in 1955 as a GP9 for the Detroit Toledo and Ironton Railroad. It was later re... (more)