I don't remember the particulars of the wreck, but it appears to have been a head on collision. WC 3015, The Ralph C. Bryant, is (was) ex-CMNW 3015 and nee-WP 3532.
The last train through downtown Oshkosh on the ex- Soo Line route pushes the previous days' snowfall out of the way.
Waiting for a new coat of WSOR red and gray paint... ex-Transcisco Tours 1001, exx-Daylight Locomotive & Machine 743, nee-BN 6627. These units must have been deemed too heavy for the WSOR becaus... (more)
ex-C&NW 900. Unit was traded into Alco and was a lease unit for them and then Precision National before being sold to Peabody. Mine closed in 1993. The railroad became landlocked after the ex-B... (more)
Unfortunately, since I took this photo 20 years ago, I can't recall what was going on here, but I'm glad I shot the scene.
In their as delivered stealth scheme with unique speed numbering on the cab.
ex-Transcisco Tours 1002, nee-BN 6642
This would be the last train over this stretch of the C&O as this unit is at the front of a rail train picking up the CWR. Trailing unit was a former SBD GP40. Notice the spikes have already bee... (more)
Two SD40A's bracket an SD40-2. The SD40A was simply an SD40 built on an SDP45 frame to allow for an extra large fuel tank. The extra length is between the dynamic brake blister and the radiator.... (more)