10 years before the paint scheme reappeared, somewhat, on CSXT's fleet, this former CSXT motor wore the whole coat. It now lives on restored as CRR 800.
Otto's trusty 1935 Ford sedan is visible to the left of UP 966A. Finding a clean and shiny EMD F3 set was a great way to start off the new year of 1948. Otto Perry photo, from my collection.
BAR's F3(A) 49 and BL2 50 rests at the roads Northern Maine Junction yard at Hermon, Maine on March 03, 1980.
Used as a power car for a rail welding operation. I would guess from the radiator & single stack there is a smaller engine than the original in there. Photo by Michael Singer, from my collection.
Bad day at Broomfield, freight and passenger train collision in September 1958 involving CB&Q EMD E7 number 9936B and CB&Q EMD F3 number 700D. Otto Conrad Perry photo, from my collection.
CB&Q F3 162 leads a westbound 76 car freight near Smithboro Illinois in June 1951. Otto Conrad Perry photo, from my collection.
I was about to give up on ever seeing a three porthole Phase I F3 when we spotted this thing. Last one also.
CNW 205, former CGW 108C, waits alongside the diesel shops to be hostled onto a freight consist for an outbound train from Oelwein. F units were common on trains operating through Oelwein into the... (more)
There is a lot going on for Steamtown's Railfest. Here,a caboose hop train passes the recently cosmetically completed Delaware Lackawanna & Western F3A, F3B and F3A set. As this is a former DL&W ... (more)
In May 2014, the North Carolina Transportation Museum hosted a Streamliners Festival where E units and F units (and streamliners from other builders) all congreated at the museum in Spencer.
In-Cab photo of Clinchfield 800 at K25/SARM
A crew member rides the rear of an old caboose past the Delaware, Lackawanna & Western #663 at Streamliners in Spencer, North Carolina
The Lackawanna Railroad A-B-A set of F units was the first ting I saw when I pulled into the Streamliners at Spencer even back in 2014. I couldn't park the car and get my gear out quick enough.more)
Matched Set: Few things can beat a matched A-B-A set of cab units. It's a shame so few complete sets are still around these days.
AT&SF train number 3, the California Limited, moves through Arriba New Mexico at 70 MPH on June 29th 1947. Otto Perry photo, from my collection.