While waiting for the strobes to be set up, the ambient light from the Blue Ridge Wood Products yard allowed for a nice shot of Baldwin DS4-4-750 #102 getting ready to pull a single center beam fl... (more)
The crew of SMS Morrisville PW-1 pulls a cut of cars from the Kitchenmens Terminal Company's storage tracks on a beautiful fall evening. Photo taken with prior approval from SMS Management.
SMS Lines 102 catches a break of sun on a cloudy day in Morrisville, PA.
SMS Baldwin DS4-4-750 #102 shoves a cut of tank cars into the storage track next to Kitchenman Terminal Company on a bitter cold January morning. This job serves the Penn Warner Industrial Park, a... (more)
After making a pick-up from Conrail Shared Assets in Morrisville Yard, the SMS Morrisville local heads back to Blue Ridge Wood Products with one loaded lumber car in a very wintry scene.
SMS Lines Morrisville Job heads off for interchange with Conrail Shared Assets in Morrisville Yard with 3 empty lumber cars from Blue Ridge Wood Products.
SMS Railway's DS4-4-750 works the Penn Warner industrial complex on a cloudy but colorful fall day.
It's back to work on the Monday after Christmas 2015, and the SMS crew is ready to depart the crew area in the Morrisville Industrial Park with the Baldwin DS4-4-750 #102. The old switcher as well... (more)
After picking up one empty lumber car, SMS Baldwin #102 heads for the Conrail Shared Assets Yard at Morrisville, PA to interchange with Norfolk Southern. The train is seen crossing Newbold Rd with... (more)
SMS Baldwin DS4-4-750 #102 shoves a cut of 4 lumber cars down a siding in the Morrisville Industrial Park on a picture perfect Spring morning in Lower Bucks County, PA. This unit was originally Yo... (more)
Photo taken with Luzerne Susquehanna permission. Former Warner Company #14 is stored in Pittston, future not known. No more than five units from this class survive.
Thanks to some help from fellow fans, this unit is actually a DS4-4-750 previously used by Warner Sand & Gravel. Updates to the info have been submitted. Baldwin built just 53 of these units from ... (more)
Overhead Wire Repair Train For rear end of train (a retired yellow MU car) see: http://railfan44.rrpicturearchives.net/showPicture.aspx?id=1441775
This is now restored in Tex Mex paint at the Houston Railroad Museum.
Formerly a Pickens unit, 102 sits with the freshly painted 308