Two Rock & Rail locomotives are at Canon City, Colorado, on June 3, 2011. The two engines have finished taken cars to Parkdale and are now eastbound going through the siding past a Canon City & Ro... (more)
A set of light power, led by GP60M No. 130, was working its way through the yard at Galesburg, IL on Sept. 12, 1996. The C30-7s in the background are stored with their stacks capped.
SCL trainman J. Malcolm Dix was protecting the movement as a set of SCL power backed through Acca Yard enroute to the Bryan Park Terminal engine facility after bringing in a heavy phosphate train ... (more)
Three recent graduates of the Juniata Locomotives Shop were dropping down the West Slope at Cassandra, PA on March 11, 1995 as an eastbound Trail Van train was climbing upgrade. From what I under... (more)
Saturday was light engine day on the Shamokin Secondary. Each Saturday morning a light engine movement would begin in St. Nicholas, taking all the power there, usually five or six units, east. T... (more)
4 ex-CR C39-8s are towed across Rushland Trestle with NSSX 8202 bringing up the rear.
C&O GP9 6136 trails WM GP9 5989, formerly B&O 5989, across the GM&O diamond in Springfield. The units were headed to the west side of Springfield for a little switching.
In March each year, the flowering cosmos on the South African highveld indicates the onset of autumn. The east end of Dryden station provides a colourful trackside display of pink and white flower... (more)
A sign of the times? There is no load for these Class 6E1's E1565 and E1678, running light engine through Dryden, with sister loco E1570 dead-in-tow. E1565 is wearing the Spoornet maroon/oxblood c... (more)
Northbound light engines roll past the barren site of US Steel's former Homestead plant while a CSX rack train does the same. This location looks completely different today as major development h... (more)
An ex-MGA Super Seven leads a fleet of Pittsburgh Division local power on a move to Conway for weekend servicing.
Two of the W&W's venerable ALCOs are ready to tie down at Gore after arriving on an empty train of sand hoppers.
Light Engine movement in Altoona
A set of light power provides an unusual view of a non cab signal equipped engine on the Fort Wayne Line.