A very faded and weathered Atlantic Coast Line 648 sits in the early morning sun at the Florida Davenport Sand Mine. Photo taken with permission.
Having spent most of it's later life at the Letterkenny Army Depot, these GE 80 Tonner's were the base's primary switching engines and then later used by the Pennsylvania Southern Railroad. Today,... (more)
CNW 1057 awaits its next assignment at the Butler (Milwaukee), WI engine house in April of 1972. These FM units were built nearby in Beloit, WI an were known for being able to pull the entire yard... (more)
The Prototype SW10 was rebuilt in 1979 at the Omaha Shops to Union Pacific specifications. UP 1240 Rebuilt from SW9 1826, UP 1241 Rebuilt from TR5A 1871.
This striking heritage unit is right at home in Washington Terminal's West Yard, waiting for its next move. Washington Terminal predates Amtrak by 70 years, and although it is now part of Amtrak i... (more)
The little engine that does.
The Berkshire Scenic Railway Museum (BSRM) is proud to announce the acquisition of First Light 1849 (nee Boston & Maine 1113), a 1941 Electro-Motive Division (EMD) SW-1, from the Mt. Tom Energy Pl... (more)
Switchers SW1200 138 and 133 wait for their next duties at East Roper yard in August 1982.
During the summer of 1983, the Cape Cod & Hyannis tourist railroad operated with borrowed Bay Colony Railroad Alco switchers, before it had locomotives of its own. Bay Colony S4 1061 with the last... (more)
Small power for a big road. Santa Fe GE 44-ton switcher 467 didn’t have drawbars but rather steel plates for shoving 2-axle buggies of green cross ties into pressurized creosote cylinders at the... (more)
Long before the Guilford organization used its corporate identity for system-wide operations under management-friendly work rules, the Springfield Terminal Railway was a 5.5-mile long ex-interurba... (more)
Belonging to the Aspen Crossing Railway roster Ex Rogers Sugar, Taber, ex Manitoba Sugar, Fort Gary, GE 45T sits on the elevator siding at Mossleigh.
Ex Manitoba Hydro GE 25T # 857 and ex CP caboose 434560 sit on display at the CP Station in Portage la Prairie.
Amidst a quiet night in interurban Georgia, a GE 44-ton sits in rough condition outside of the PowerRail shop in Monroe.
Quite the array of model types and paint schemes populate the diesel house tracks at Mill Street today, including 3 different types of switchers.
MWLX 530 was built as CRIP 530 in February 1... (more)