The finest collection of classic EMD E and F units assembled in 50 years lined up at the roundhouse at the former Southern Railway shops in Spencer, NC. From closest to farthest: Wabash E8A 1009, ... (more)
Wabash 1950 is one of two Wabash painted F units owned by the Wisconsin Great Northern and used for excursion trains based out of Trego, WI. Nice looking unit, however my memory would be the roof ... (more)
Wabash E8 1009 has been right at home for 3 years at the Virginia Museum of Transportation following an outstanding restoration prior to it's ride to the grounds. I am told that this was also EMD'... (more)
One of my first rail pics ever taken, at age 14. The geeps have just set out their "mixed train" on the passing siding and are making a reverse move eastward on the main in order to pick up the co... (more)
Inside the cab of Wabah 1189 at the Monticello Railway Museum. It's fascinating to imagine the broad vistas along the Wabash and expanded post 1964 N&W system that could have been seen out these ... (more)
You know those headlights have illuminated millions of miles of track in their day from Kansas City, to Canada, and to the east coast along the vast post 1964 N&W system.
This is Wabash 1189... (more)
Two units in the collection hang out in a car barn at the Monticello Railway Museum. The 1189 is an F7A built in March 1952 in London, ON by EMD subsidiary GMD, builder number A487 for the Wabash... (more)
A Wabash freight moved slowly through Albia, Iowa with two F7As in August of 1957. Photo taken from my slide collection, photographer unknown.
Wabash Alco FA-1 805 with an EMD F7(A) 635 and two GP9s. Photo taken from my slide collection, no photographer Listed.
Wabash GE U25B 508 with five F7s and other U25B.
Wabash 1189 splits a pair of searchlight signals pulling the NS Santa Train.
Wabash F7A 1189 discharges passengers at the Monticello Illinois station
The Wabash Cannonball A Roger Puta Photograph
The Wabash Cannonball. A Roger Puta Photograph
Wabash F7 1189 brings up the rear of the Santa Train returning to Decatur, splitting the signals at Wabic as it comes into town. These signals don't have much longer, as replacements are up behind... (more)