Tanks a lot! 6 axle flatcars are rare, even more so when there are tanks aboard. DODX 40284 is part of a westbound CNW freight as is rumbles thru Blairstown, IA in May of 1991.
Built by the Marion Steam Shovel Company of Marion, Ohio in 1920 this unique item is possibly the oldest remaining 12" gun mount on a rail car. Once used as coastal defenses through the 1920... (more)
The Military Transportation Association's US Army 25 ton locomotive is on display at the Whippany Railway Museum. Behind are some of the Morristown & Erie's passenger car fleet.
US Army 4607 (GP10) waits for orders in the UP's North Yard while UP 1358 (ex Denver & Rio Grande Western GP40-2) heads to the sand box.
This critter always is hanging around the shops at Morristown.
U.S. Army engine 6522 holds station in the UP's 36th Street Yard in Denver.
The Army job out of Fort Carson has just delivered a few empty flats to the UP BNSF interchange yard at Kelker and is heading back to the Fort.
The New Haven borrowed 38 U.S.Army locomotives to assist in the recovery from the floods of August 1955. Some were not returned until June 1956. I shot B-2044 in Providence, RI.
Affectionately called "the critter" by the crew, this center cab switch engine was constructed by General Electric in 1952 for the US Government. Behind the locomotive is a heavy duty flatcar buil... (more)
Former U.S. Army Fairbanks-Morse H12-44 No. 1843 and New York Central caboose No. 19877 depart Industry Depot at the Rochester & Genesee Valley Railroad Museum. The Army unit is one of the few ope... (more)
USAX 1663 is resting inside, from the below freezing temperatures as they await its next assignment at Fort Eustis.
Robert Dollar Co. #3, an Alco 2-6-2T, prepares for the SteamFest 2014 Quintuple Header at the Niles Canyon Railway while US Army #7348, a GE 65-Ton Centercab, sits nearby.