Durbin & Greenbrier Valley Railroad's F7(A) #7094 and GP9 #6530 shove hard on 14 rock loads near Norton,WV in a light rain along the Tygart Valley River.
DGVR #7094 was built for the Milwaukee ... (more)
Crossing Central Ave in Fillmore, Sierra Railroad F7A no. 100 returns with the Photographers Special back to the yard.
A group of bike riders stop to photograph Sierra Railroad F7A no. 100 with the Photographers Special crossing Sespe Creek in Fillmore.
Sierra Railway Company Photographer David Lustig shoots F7A no. 100 with a passenger consist at the Santa Paula Southern Pacific Station.
Sierra Railroad F7A No. 100 crosses Sespe Creek pushing a southbound Photographers Special to Santa Paula.
Sierra Railroad F7A No. 100 backs into position for a photo shoot at the Southern Pacific Station in Santa Paula.
Sierra Railroad F7A No. 100 with the Company Photographers Special rolls through the Heritage Valley back to Fillmore.
B&O F7A 4652 still in ex-Bessemer & Lake Erie colors at Youngstown, Ohio on October 10, 1962. B&O acquired 11 sets of A-B F7s from B&LE in 1962. Photo by Frank Ward , photo part of my slide co... (more)
At B&O's Youngstown Yard service facilities, B&O F-7A-B 4505 with Monon F-3A's 208 & 205 in May 1965. Photo by Larry Fellure , photo part of my slide collection.
Southern Pacific train No. 52, the southbound "San Joaquin Daylight," running south of Caliente in the Tehachapi Mountains of Southern California in January 1960. Photo by Southern Pacif... (more)
It's a sign of change in Fillmore, ex-FWRY 100 has now been stenciled as SERA 100 and is receiving it's Sierra Northern "patch" with a small sticker being applied to the front of the Uni... (more)
MNTX 454A now sits in the public part of the roundhouse at the Minnesota Transportation Museum. It was on the shop side but now more easily seen as it awaits for repairs/funding.
Ex-B&LE 727 has some of its original markings showing thru at Winslow (with sister 726). At one time, these were kept under lock & key on the Salem Branch, but were moved up here for disposition ... (more)
DGVR 7094 leads the New Tygart Flyer out of Kelly Mountain Tunnel at a very slow speed, allowing the passengers to get a good look at the tunnel.
On a gloomy morning, various equipment sits around at Wisconsin Great Northern.