On weekends a lot of switchers could be found at the St. Luc Diesel Shop as their normal assignments did not operate on Saturday and Sunday. The building in the background is the steam plant for ... (more)
The engineer and fireman on this National Harbours Board Railway switcher enjoy the warmth of the cab while the ground crew has to struggle through the snow that blankets the Montreal harbour.
RE 707 at Beatrice, NE.
Three years shy of 70 years old and still looking good, CP 6539 on static display in Schreiber, Ontario.
Preserved at Exporail, a Port of Montreal S-3 sits in the snow. At this point in time this engine was used at times to move equipment around. Since then a CN SW1200RSm and a CP GP9 have replaced i... (more)
Who's leading who?
Alexander Railroad #6 is towed westbound to it's new home by NS local P95. The unit will reside at the Southeastern Narrow Gauge and Shortline Museum in Newton, NC.
A shell of its former self. With the grain elevators of Hansen-Mueller in the background, BRAN 71 (Alco S3) seems to have found a final resting perch at Cox Contracting. After being built for the ... (more)
We rode the ferry across Lake Michigan between Kewaunee, Wisconsin to Elberta, Michigan on August 19, 1979. Here, we are approaching the dock at Elberta as Ann Arbor S3 #7 prepares to remove the ... (more)
Alexander Railroad Alco S3 #6 at it's new home. The Southeastern Narrow Gauge & Shortline Museum. #6 was fired up and ran to let the locomotive stretch it's legs. Photo taken at the south end of t... (more)
The blizzard has been raging for hours as one of the three switchers assigned to the Glen Yard, CPR's Montreal coach yard, moves a New York Central baggage car to place it on the head end D&H Laur... (more)
Former Alexander Railroad Alco S3 sits at the Craggy Mountain Line's yard in Woodfin, NC. 7 never worked for the Southern but looks fantastic in a tuxedo.
Former Alexander Railroad Alco S3 #7 awaits in the Woodfin yard at the Craggy Mountain Line to ride the rails once again. 7 never worked for the Southern but definitely looks good in a tuxedo.
The yellow number on the cab marks Penn Central S3 9477 as a former Pennsylvania RR unit. It awaited its next job at PC's Beacon Park engine terminal in Boston.
"Dri line #1 switches at Bettendorf, Iowa