WYT VO-660 103 sits on display at IRM.
Flat-scanned from a print purchased at Atlanta railfan show years ago. Photographer unknown. Repowered with EMD prime mover.
IF I had to find one word to describe the New Hope and Ivyland in the 1980's, it would be "ostentatious". The tourist passenger train rests overnight at New Hope with an anything-but-sub... (more)
On the abandoned Doodle Line, in Pickens, SC, sits an ancient Baldwin VO-660, formerly owned by the Pickens Railroad. The line ran from here, in Pickens, to Easley, SC where PICK interchanged with... (more)
CNW 1237, a 1945 Baldwin VO-660 rebuilt by EMD in 1958 and classified as a VO-660M, tends to switching chores in Altoona, Wis. on a cool January afternoon. The unit has been repainted in the early... (more)
It is a quiet Christmas eve night in upstate South Carolina where all of the children are snuggled in there beds as visions of sugar plums dance in there heads, except for one. And it was me! I ve... (more)
Pickens 2 eases up the siding to Arial Mill to pick up a car.
Pickens #2 working at Alice Manufacturing in Easley, SC || November 1970
One of the original Pickens Baldwin diesels now serves as a rather rusty billboard at the end of the line in the little RR's hometown with the RR office sporting some equally rusty signage nearby.... (more)
Westbound Pickens RR train at Pickens, SC || November 1970
Pickens RR VO-660 #2 getting the train ready at Easley for the trip to Pickens, October 1970.
A rare bird!
TRRA 532 switches Union Station
It's always tempting to post one while scanning thousands of shots and the temptation usually can be resisted but not this time.