Quite the hand model.
The former and future NP #3617 sits cold on a warm summer night, as it has for the last 4 months as it awaits shipment, wishing it could pull the Marathon Train in the morning.
Restoration progresses at a good pace in the LSRM's shop restoring former WC 7495 back to its original roadname and number, Northern Pacific 3617. Once the cosmetic work is done the locomotive wil... (more)
WC 7495 along with Copper Range Baldwin S-12 #200 are being shoved into the LSRM yard by recently restored DSS&A RS-1 #101.
The 7495 leads the 6006 onto the mainline, and will soon be ready for an air test. I sure did cherish this day.
A beautiful ALL WC consist, led by an SD45, comes off the wye after waiting in the yard for a CP Rock Train.
One of 24 remaining WC SD45s leads todays 336 train down the main and under a neat looking cantilever signal bridge.
One of the remaining active WC SD45s (ex-NP) leads a rail train north on the former DM&IR.
WC SD45 #7495 leads a CN barn unit as they sit waiting for a better color at CP Rose on the IHB. The signals are vintage B&OCT searchlights.
One of the best looking WC's left leads a sister WC SD45 as they sit on the IHB before being cleared on the CN at Franklin Park.
Along with CN (IC) 6123, the eastbound WC manifest moves towards Shoreham.
Q309 awaits a new crew to take the train into Avon Yard.
a trainload of sulfur headed for Florida, temporarily tied down here for a track curfew