Looking at the west end of town we have two truck mine tipples operations. Believe it or not there is five tracks in this photo. The first one on the left goes to the tipple with the truck in the ... (more)
Has left Ann Arbor Ferry yard. AA RS 1 # 21 has crossed the diamond and is now backing up and getting onto the old abandoned EX NYC Ypsilanti branch here at Pittsfield Jct. The former depot sa... (more)
Is on its way towards Pulaski. They have just got done switching cars at the Johnson Control plant just north of Pulaski.
Caught this Geep switching the plant American Mago down there. Talk about a plain paint scheme. I was told the reason for the paint scheme was because the guy running the RR he went to college a... (more)
This RR was operating on the old Erie Lackawanna line west from Lima Oh.
Former Ann Arbor 1 and C&O S4 5109 sit besides the old depot of the Nickel Plate at Waterville. This museum railroad operates on the former Nickel Plate line south west of Toledo between Waterv... (more)
Built in 1971 this is a SD38DC which the DT&I only had two numbered 253-254.. The other SD 38's they had were built in 1969 numbered 250-252.
With the formation of Conrail on April 1 1976 the DT&I gained operating rights into the Southern Gest St. yard. By the way of the former Pennsy line along the Cincinnati riverfront.. The engine ... (more)
With the formation of Conrail the DT&I gained operating rights into the L&N yard at DeCousery KY. This motive power might have come off DC 7.
Was used in the local switching in the area.
Having been fueled and sanded await the next call by the 300 ton coal dock now used to hold sand instead of coal From my slide collection. Photo by Mark Clark
Heading toward Cincinnati having just crossed over Linden Avenue road. From my slide collection. Photo by Mark Clark
From my slide collection. Photo by Mark Clark
One of the few with a steam generator . In the back ground was one of many truck tipple mines that was beside the engine terminal back then. From my slide collection. Photo by Mark Clark
West Shifter sets out some plug door boxcars into the Big Sandy Warehouse spur. The black and white box on the left was the call box before radios came into use. This scene is long gone now .Now... (more)