CKIN 804 began life in 1959 as the DMIR 169. Today, it still finds work as a member of the Chesapeake & Indiana Railroad. It's seen making its way through the Indiana countryside with a grain trai... (more)
On this foggy morning at the farm, the cows were more interested in the guy with a camera, rather than the passing train.
The pair of Missabe painted SD-M's find the sunlight as the crew completes a 31-car delivery in La Crosse.
The Chesapeake & Indiana heads south across the former NKP in Thomaston with a pair of former DMIR SD-M's for power.
A pair of former DMIR SD-M's, both still wearing the original paint, lead 75 loads to La Crosse, passing a classic searchlight signal in the process.
A southbound CKIN train hold at Union Mills, getting fuel.
Awaiting delivery to its new owner, the VLIX 7311 still remains its sharp, Chessie System paint and lettering. 7311 is said to be one of the last SD18's in existance.