Far From Home Without Your Glasses. Former Chicago & North Western Railroad, No. 4073C was painted as Lehigh Valley 576 (sister unit C&NW 4087C/NJT 420/LV 578) on behalf of the United Railr... (more)
A rare photo of Milwaukee Road F7(A) 89-C in original Lightning paint livery at Council Bluffs, Iowa in June 1957. From my slide collection, Photographer R E Ranks.
Photog Chione....from my collection......Train 86 Savanna/Milwaukee does it's SO/PU work at S.Beloit Yard...Back in the 60's I used to fire for Maurice Vaa/Frank Hobbins/Jerry Knickel Sr./Floyd Ba... (more)
Santa Cruz, Big Trees & Pacific # 2641, a former F7, had just arrived at Felton Roaring Camp. On the left the track goes into the valley to the Pacific coast in Santa Cruz.
Fillmore and Western Holiday Express at the Loose Caboose Station stop in Santa Paula.
Fillmore and Western Holiday Express rolls through the Heritage Valley to Santa Paula.
Boston and Maine 4266 (F7A) is right at home as it travels southward on Conway Scenic's ex-B&M Conway Branch, crossing over Moat Brook in Conway, NH.
Three SP F7's A-B-A set wearing black widow paint scheme, on helper duty at Truckee, California in January 1955. Don Hansen photo from my collection.
A gleaming set of C&O F-units in their high-wave paint scheme, on lead of the Chicago Division's freight train in this 1960 view at Hegewisch, Illinois. Photographer E.L Huddleston, from my colle... (more)
In the dead line in Stockton.
The Fillmore and Western Christmas Train with F7A no. 100, rolls westbound through the Heritage Valley Orchards in route to the Christmas Tree Farm in Santa Paula.
Southern Pacific Train 52, the San Joaquin Daylight, is led by an A-B-A set of F7s at Richmond, CA in the 1960s. The train is about to pass under my father's vantage point, the Santa Fe bridge. ... (more)
Seminole Gulf Railway's Murder Mystery train crossing the Caloosahatchee River as the sun sets.