This is all that remained of #6072 after a wreck in which the unit jackknifed and was slammed into from several sides by freight cars.
"Retired" stenciled on this GP35 seems rather redundant considering it's condition.
#5010 is an ex D&H unit of the same #.
A couple of shop workers await the foreman's next word on where to move this ex Wabash F7 outside of the Ft. Erie Shop.
The southbound Vermonter pops out of the hole in the ground known as the Bellows Falls Tunnel. More photos at www.rr-roadtrip.com
Railfan friendly BAR paid tribute to the fans who made the trip up to Maine to see their rolling diesel museum by painting a BL2 back to it's original colors and # and named it the "American Railf... (more)
GP40-2 #449, GP40 #410 & SD40-2 #712 southbound along highway 1.
PC had only 6 of the RSD-5's and they could be found in heavy switching and transfer service in the Buffalo terminal area.
The distinctive slant of the E6 is on display as the Rock's last E6 takes a break from commuter service for the weekend.
GP38-2's #319/316/314 have just cut off the Apollo 1 piggyback train and are crossing over from Track 1 to 2. N&W power from Bison Yd in the background will couple on for the run west to Chicago.
C-420's #415/408/409 and U23B's #507/509/505 speed the westbound Apollo 1 piggybacker towards Buffalo and interchange with the N&W days before Conrail.
GP38-2's #320,317 & 315, westbound about to pass under the E-L main.
Eastbound coal empties exit Thistle Tunnels less than an hour after sunrise. The area below the train, including Route 89 was covered by "Lake Thistle" in 1983 when a giant mudslide covered the ra... (more)
4 Utah MK5000C's exit Thistle Tunnel with a westbound coal train. The tunnels were built in 1983 when a giant mudslide wiped out the lower alignment and flooded the town of Thistle.
A short eastbound train is headed for the Conrail interchange at Ansonia. The F7 is an ex SP unit.