1306; Built by Montreal Locomotive Works in 1951 for Ontario Northland Railway, and retired in 1985.
The B&M engine facility for its White River Jct. VT yard was across the Connecticut River in West Lebanon, NH. On the B&M is was known as Westboro.
Two of Delaware Lackawanna's beauties bask in the afternoon
sun. The Delaware & Hudson logo on the boxcar notes the pairs' heritage.
Soldiering On: Near the conclusion of a round trip between Cargill in Salem, NY and Eagle Bridge, NY, Batten Kill Alco RS-3 #4116 leads its train across State Route 22 at Greenwich J... (more)
The Lehigh & Hudson River Railway owned thirteen Alco RS-3s that comprised its first diesel era road power. Looking like it could really use a bath, L&HR 4 idled outside the line's Warwick, NY, di... (more)
In August of 1972, a BN transfer run heads for the bridge over the Columbia River into Portland, OR. The train is departing BN's Vancouver Yard with four ex-SP&S Alco RS3s for power.
New Haven RS-3 558 rests at Waterbury, CT, in the company of an Alco switcher as it awaits its next assignment. RS-3s dominated both road freight and local jobs out of Waterbury in the 1960s. The ... (more)
ex-SP&S 79 A Roger Puta Photograph
Missouri Pacific Alco RS-3 982, and MP GP7 235 at Lees Summit, Missouri in September 1964.
A sunny March day finds former Omaha Road RS-3, CNW 167, idling between chores on industrial trackage along the Mississippi River in Winona, MN. The CNW and highway bridges over the river are visi... (more)
A Roger Puta Photograph
New Haven was the maintenance base for many of Amtrak’s RS3’s. Here three of them idle in front of the former NYNH&H shops.
Delaware Lackawanna's Jersey Central RS-3 spent the day powering the Scranton Limited short excursion at Steamtown.
LV RS Allentown engine facility
Rio Grande Alco RS-3 5201 basks in the late afternoon sun at Denver’s Burnham roundhouse. One of five delivered to the road in the summer of 1951, by January, 1962, the 1600-hp road switcher can u... (more)