A rare sight indeed, never thought I'd ever see 405 pull a freight train, but due to a power shortage because of the Pan Am detours, it was called upon to switch out the plant in Smithville on 2/1... (more)
Morristown & Erie RS1 number 15 is ready to go to work at the road’s engine house at Morristown, New Jersey. It looks like both the Alco and its house are in the middle of paint projects.
Veteran Green Mountain RS-1 405 grinds uphill near Gassetts, VT, with its short train, XR-1, the daily Bellows Falls-Rutland turnaround.
Chattahoochee Industrial Railroad RS1's #38 and #97, sitting just outside the shop. #38 was built in November 1947 as Washington Terminal #54. After CIRR service, it became Conrad Yelvington #293... (more)
Burlington Northern RS1 953 resting in the Old Town Yard in East End Superior August 1970. J.W. Stubblefield Photo from my Collection.
Vermont Rail System train XR-1 returns from Smithville with one car seen here approaching the bridge at Parker Hill Road.
Wearing very faded Washington Terminal colors, A Tioga Central RS1 leads a passenger special out of Newark Valley, New York.
Burlington Northern RS1 953 lugging coal loads for the power plant in West Duluth October 1970. Built as Northern Pacific 158 in August 1945 and renumber NP 803 in 1956. Retired in May 1972 and so... (more)
A couple of Alco Locomotives are seen here sitting in the "bone yard" siding at Docheno in Belton, SC.
GM&O came in from the northwest, A bit player on a large stage in those days, a little shabby and run down but what great character. In the immortal words of Tom Sink, a “soulful old road”.
Soo Line Alco RS-1's nos.350-353 built 12/54. The unit shown is at Stevens Point, Wisconsin in October 1965. This slide is from my collection and has no photographer listed.