Portland Terminal Company, once jointly owned by the Maine Central and the Boston & Maine, later a subsidiary of the Maine Central, served the local industries in Portland, South Portland, and We... (more)
B&H S1 powered work train.
Arrived on the property of its' new owner.. Former Tioga Central 14 never wore proper Lehigh Valley paint. Will be numbered LAL 15; citing The Diesel Shop. S1 powered work train at left.
IRM #3 GE 80 Ton and DCRR #78 Alco S2 await their next assignment.
Former GTW 7934 waits for delivery of the next CN grain train.
In honor of my hardworking railroader friends who may not get to sit down and enjoy the turkey on this Thanksgiving Day, because the freight needs to be hauled or the passengers need to be carried... (more)
Assigned to work the Oakland Yard in August, 1969, Alco S-2 557 is now wearing an all orange paint scheme applied to many switchers and F-units in the late 60s. Of course, everything on a railr... (more)
SNC 821 sits on the storage siding at Saratoga Station, and at the time was used for switching moves around the station.
The last Alco plant switcher, Alco #5, makes a switching move in the Corinth Yard with a former US Army and Staten Island Alco S2, SNC 821. The S2 was painted into the D&H's black scheme by SNC. T... (more)
Sunlit Switcher. An Alco S-2 switcher works at CMC Steel near Cayce Yard in Cayce, SC as the evening sun sets.
Three Alco locomotive models in three different paint schemes await their fate on a siding in White Pigeon, MI.
San Francisco Belt's delivered new S2 gets started up for the morning switch before dawn.
At the far East end of The Poor Fork Branch on the former L&N, sets this faded Alco S2 switcher for US Steel. Back in the day, this loco would switch loaded coal hoppers around from The Portal 31 ... (more)
Conductors Mike and Alicia prepare #226 for another switching move.