The final switcher model offered by Alco was the 1000 hp T-6. Only 55 were built, six of which went to the Pennsylvania RR and on to Penn Central. As the sun came up on a late winter morning, PC 9... (more)
An old ALCO T-6, now owned by the Roanoke Chapter NRHS, pulls short excursions for the VMT on Train Lover's day.
NRHS's ALCO and cabeese soak up the evening autumn sunshine in Roanoke
Roanoke Chapter, NRHS, equipment and Norfolk Southern Exhibit car seen deadheading across Cotton Mill trestle in Lynchburg, VA, en route to Appomattox Railroad Festival.
Roanoke Chapter NRHS Alco T-6 and N&W caboose waiting for permission to go past the derail on the Silk Mill lead on their way to the Shaffers Crossing Open House.
N&W Alco T-6 #34 awaiting its next assignment at Lamberts Point || Nov 1974
Nee N&W all dressed up and nowhere to this day.
CHW T-6 #11 westbound from Elkton in this September 1969 view.
Chesapeake Western T-6 #11 showing its Alco heritage at Harrisonburg, VA in the summer of '70.
The MIDH returning from Conrail interchange, about to do their little bit of street running.
N&W T-6 #42 (leased to the C&W) leads a short freight at Harrisonburg, VA.
Chesapeake Western #11 at the Bridgewater, VA station in December 1972.
N&W Alco T-6 #26 working at Suffolk, VA in July 1973.
Chesapeake Western T-6 #11 leading a train at Bridgewater, VA. [4/70]