Southbound coal, all CSX, all U30Cs. No mufflers on these babies. Always liked this model esthetically.
With a CSX crew on board, power from the southbound Orange Blossom Special leaves the East Side Yard office in Philadelphia, and moves toward Grays Ferry. Once an air test is completed, th... (more)
The southbound Orange Blossom Special has arrived in Philadelphia from Kearny, New Jersey. The Conrail crew has left the train at Grays Ferry, and is proceeding away from the photographer ... (more)
CSX EMD’s sporting the colors of Family Lines, Seaboard System, and Chessie System bring an eastbound manifest through Doswell, Virginia. The corner of the station can be seen to the right, and ... (more)
Who Took the Cat?
There have been many different versions of patch jobs over the years, done with the intent to eradicate the identity of a former owner while providing confirmatio... (more)
An ex-C&O B30-7 leads an ex-B&O GP40, an unidentified GP40-2 and an ex-L&N U23B on a southbound freight on the former Western Railway of Alabama.
Night photo of Coke loads
Leaning into the big curve at Notasulga, ten-year-old 7023 is still wearing the GE-applied Family Lines livery it wore when delivered to SCL in March 1979. It is teamed with a couple of SD45-2s, ... (more)
Tom Golden photo.
Thomas Szczesniak Jr. photo.
One half of the yard switcher du jour. Considering their standards at the time one has to wonder why they bothered with the patch.
Back when the trains still ran here.