I think Canadian Pacific only painted one unit to honor the 1986 World's Fair (The reason I was in BC). At least CP was nice enough to put it on the head end. Does anyone know the name of the mo... (more)
Barely a month old, #9696 swings around the broad curve at Cabazon. This was a great place to catch multiple locomotive sets -- in this case the head end and the helpers.
The steep grade of track #2 is obvious as 102 drops into Cajon.
913 tiptoes out of the swirling fog at Taylor, AL.
The first station looks interesting. This board was in the ATSF dispatch/CTC office when it was located in the San Bernardino train station.
Elephant Style! A trio of MACs roll through Chelsea, OK. The blue truck to the right is parked on old Route 66.
UP #9249 clatters across the diamonds under the watchful eye of Stockton Tower.
On a crisp autumn day, one-year-old SD50 #5504 leads sister #5502 past the town's namesake landmark.
SBD #7052 opens the throttles as it leaves Troy, AL, heading for Brundidge, Ozark, Dothan, and points beyond.
On a beautiful summer day a San Diegan glides through Del Mar on its way to its namesake city. There are over a dozen surfers in the water!
Wearing #52 (the San Joaquin Daylight), 4449 approaches Merced, CA.
Under a full moon, a Santa Fe searchlight signal waits for the next train.
Snow fences and steam -- classic Union Pacific. 8444 shows of her brand new "Greyhound" paint. From September 1987 to June 1991 she wore two-tone gray paint and yellow trim
Leaving Martin. I always loved the sound of these locomotives.
8444 shows of her brand new "Greyhound" paint. From September 1987 to June 1991 she wore two-tone gray paint and yellow trim