Utah Railways one ALCO RSD5 306 sits in poor condition In Salt Lake city in the fall of 1993. this is the unit that was sold to Doyle McCormack and painted Nickel Platte road in Portland Ore/ ... (more)
An Alco RSD5 # 831 rests at the FCP shops in Nogales In the spring of 1979 a few years after this photo was taken these units would be rebuilt into API620 or BX620 units with 251 engines at the r... (more)
A set of power led By Alco RSD5 818 is being serviced to head on a southbound train. Note the number boards above the cab these were used for train numbers. these units were long hood forward
The CN&W 1689 is set to lead the bi-level train, with the BN 3 (EMD E9AM) on the rear to provide HEP, on station track one. On station two, the UP 1848 (GE B40-8) is set to lead the coach train, ... (more)
CNW 1689 departs out of the IRM depot with the bilevel train. Certainly quite the odd sight. BN 3 was at the other end providing the HEP.
The 1689 retains her stream generator details from its early days in commuter service. The 1689 is viewed here in yard 3 at IRM.
CNW 1689 rests outside at IRM.
C&NW 1689 holds at IRM.
C&NW 1689 rests outside Barn 9 at IRM.
The Jersey Central owned fifteen six-axle Alco road switchers, fourteen RSD4s and a single RSD5, CNJ 1615. They were often found working on the railroad's Pennsylvania lines, where the 1615 was re... (more)
CNW 1689 takes a rest at IRM during showcase weekend
CNW 1689 smokes up a show as it warms up for diesel days at IRM.
CNW 1689 stands at the focal point of a CNW night photo session among a CNW crane and a pair of high-hood GP units.
By the time of this photo these four AT&SF Alco RSD-5’s (the 2102 was an RSD-4) likely supplied parts to keep their compadres running a little longer, Albuquerque, N.M. roundhouse, March 10, 196... (more)
Alco RSD-5 2159 was one of the yard switchers on duty at ATSF’s joint yard with C&S at Pueblo, Colo. on Jan. 23, 1966.