The engineer on the Arkansas & Midland invited us inside the cab to take photographs of the old Alco number 34. The train had stopped and was waiting for clearance to cross the Arkansas River bri... (more)
Twilight: Just about a week before A&M took delivery of its SD70ACe's, big ALCo lash up's were still the norm. Just after sunset a C424 and six C420's are readied at the shops area for a tr... (more)
An indescribably stunning ALCO C424 and T6 combo teams up on the A&M Springdale Switcher, and the hogger cleans them out for us while dragging out a cut of cars to kick. THIS is railroading, kids... (more)
The engineer works his pair of Alco's kicking cars around in Springdale, AR.
Twilight for A&M's ALCO fleet.
With a crispness in the air just before sunrise, C424 number 34 stands at the ready next to the A&M's new shops. 34 is RC equipped and is the normal unit on the remote job. Canon 350D.
AM 34 belches black smoke on the way south to get out of the way of the Monett Turn, arriving from the north.
The Rogers local heads back towards Rogers off the branch after doing some work.
A&M's Springdale Local accelerates from the small yard in Springdale as the Monett Turn looks on awaiting its opportunity to yard its train.
AM 34, equipped with remote control, makes for the shops ahead of the recently arrived Monett Turn.