The school bus will have to wait, as this “hot” shipment of slurry needs to be spotted by York Railway’s RJ-2 on the coater track at Pixelle Specialty Solutions (the former P.H. Glatfelter Company... (more)
With the Church Road crossing flagged, York Railway RJ-2, now with YRC 1606 on point, reverses onto Smith Siding to make its pickup, in preparation for its eastbound return to Lincoln Yard. Today’... (more)
York Railway’s RJ-2 road freight is westbound on former WM trackage at Sprenkle Road, about a mile short of its planned work at Pixelle (the former P.H. Glatfelter paper mill) in Spring Grove, PA.... (more)
Tuscola towerCSXT EMD GP16 No. 1823, still in the gray Family Lines System paint scheme, brings a westbound freight past the tower guarding the crossings of the Illinois Central’s main ... (more)
Everett Railroad's GP16 1712 charges around the bend at Roaring Springs after picking up 2 ballast cars down the line.
This former Seaboard unit awaits an uncertain fate in Fort Smith with it's exhaust stacks capped.
Y&S 1706 sits out side of the North Lime yard office waiting till morning for a long days work.
It is just before 9am on June 19th as the Caldwell County Railroad's GP16s, both still in original Seaboard paint, meet each other at the railroad's yard in Hickory, NC. The Caldwell County line ... (more)
BB 9 was originally built as Atlantic Coast Line GP7 203 in 1951.
A very weathered Florida and Alabama GP-16 1612 sits in the yard in Fort Smith, Arkansas.
It seems a wormhole to 1988 opened up today as NS Local P71 backs down into the old Carolina & Northwestern RY yard in Hickory, NC, behind a pair of matched GP60s. Seeing them parked next to the e... (more)
Faithful Service to Domtar Mill: Each business day, the Pee Dee River Railway works their primary customer, Domtar's Bennettsville Mill. This mill produces pulp and paper for a wide ra... (more)
Spring Cleaning on the Pee Dee River Railway: One half of the Pee Dee River Railway power sits outside their engine house after just receiving a bath the previous day. Some may recogniz... (more)
BB 1 "The Pete Peters" fresh out of the Staunton locomotive shop. The now rebuilt GP16 was originally built as Louisville and Nashville GP7 L&N 404 in 1951.