The Galveston Railroad museum’s (https://galvestonrrmuseum.org/santa-fe-warbonnets/) two F-7 locomotives were built by General Motors’ Electro-Motive Division in 1953. The locomotives served o... (more)
BN 9908, X-GN 510, ends its career the way it started, hauling the Empire Builder. The loco is on the point of one of the last runs of the BN Empire Builder at Minneapolis, a week or so prior to A... (more)
GMO 103A heads up Amtrak's State House passenger train at Joliet, IL in May 1974. The venerable E7 was among the oldest of hand me down locos put into service on Amtrak at the May 1971 start up. H... (more)
Clinchfield 800 is seen exiting Willet Hollow Tunnel leading the Lhoist North America employee passenger train.
Boston and Maine E7 3801 sits at Springfield on a Saturday. My father had driven us there so that my sister could visit Mt. Holyoke College and dropped me off by the railroad, of course.
Chesapeake & Ohio E7A 4514 arrived at Detroit's Union Station at 10:30am with train 14 the morning "Pere Marquette" from Grand Rapids. Later after its arrival, E7A 4514 is making a ba... (more)
Waiting for maintenance in front of Conway Scenic RR shop on a beautiful Saturday afternoon.
B&O's train 10 the eastbound Washington Express has just arrived at Cumberland in October 1967. C&O E7A 1422 was on loan to the B&O from April 1965 to December 1967. Photo by Tom Peterson , ph... (more)
An A-B-B set of E.M.D E-7 units lead Southern Pacific train Number One, the westbound Sunset Limited, up the eastern side of Beaumont Pass, in the early 1950s. It is only a few minutes out of Pal... (more)
The well-known red, orange and black of "Daylight" was the stamp of approval among seasoned travellers in the West on July 10, 1949, when this flashy new streamliner took to the rails of... (more)
The Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania owns the last extant EMD E7, in the form of Pennsylvania Railroad E7A 5901. This engine, built by General Motors Electro-Motive Division in September 1945, was... (more)
Afternoon light bathes the PRR 5901.
Pristine Pennsy Power: Rarely have I encountered a preserved locomotive quite as dazzling as PRR E7(A) #5901, a resident of the RR Museum of PA. Until this year's unveiling of the B&O Museu... (more)