Leased Diesel Locomotive Co SW900m #143 parked at Source Energy Services in Edson, AB.
A pair of PBNE SW900Ms approach the Lynn Avenue bridge in Bethlehem. Bethlehem Steel would continue operations at the adjacent facility for approximately three years after the date of this photo.... (more)
SW900M 8651 and former CP GP9 1650 sit under the warm summer sky at the Landisville Railroad. Waiting for their next call to duty.
Allentown & Auburn No. 206 is moooooving along past the cows not far from the A&A's shop in Topton, Pa.
A Navy switcher has an excursion train on the three-mile-long pier that extends into Sandy Hook Bay from Naval Weapons Station Earle in New Jersey. The trip was sponsored by the United Railroad Hi... (more)
Lehigh Valley 128 is right at home in Coxton yard, but the Erie-Lackawanna units are in territory that is only newly familiar some thirteen months after both railroads were absorbed by Conrail. LV... (more)
Nate Haydt poses as a brakeman on Allentown & Auburn No. 206 as it pauses in front of the depot at Kutztown, Pa., on the locomotive's debut run in ALLN paint.
Featured in Trains magazine April 2015, Kiski Junction's SW900 poses on Mother's Day in the Lehigh Valley heritage paint scheme. Originally built in May of 1938 and re-built in 1956, it shines lik... (more)
The crew of the West Dav switch peer into the future through John's camera as they cross Rockingham Road on Davenport's industrial west side. The tracks behind are known to railroaders as the "Go... (more)
In the mid 1950's, Lehigh Valley sent a few aging EMC NW1's to EMD for rebuild core units. One of the NW1's originally built in 1938, emerged in 1957 as a 600hp SW900M LV 130. The deal was set up ... (more)
The switcher at Lady Jane mine is former Conrail 8653, previously Lehigh Valley 126. This pup would have spent a portion of its life dragging anthracite around up in Hazelton, PA.
Steel mills and railroads can often be mentioned in the same breath. That point is demonstrated here by WPSX 1551 and the NS Ohio River Secondary in the foreground of the former Wheeling-Pitt Stee... (more)
Mol Dok's switcher at rest in Leetsdale.
AMHR 8651 was built as Lehigh Valley NW1 124 (5/38, 783:1), rebuilt on order #7523 to an SW900M, was later CR 8651 and, despite the look-alike paint, was never a Chessie engine.
While waiting for the Pennsy Es I grabbed a shot of this mill switcher.