MILW FM H10-44 switcher sits at the Savanna, IL roundhouse in the company of EMD SW1 no. 875, and rebuilt "GP20" no. 957 along with an F unit a a cool, but snowless January morning in 1... (more)
Fairbanks Morse H10-44 9702, one of eight transferred to the Jersey Central by parent Baltimore & Ohio, posed at the Bethlehem (PA) engine terminal on a spring day.
Milwaukee Road's first FM switcher being rebuilt at IRM Union,IL...
CNW 1057 awaits its next assignment at the Butler (Milwaukee), WI engine house in April of 1972. These FM units were built nearby in Beloit, WI an were known for being able to pull the entire yard... (more)
Watertown Patrol stopped at Sun Prarie,WI..I'm firing for Milwaukee Road Engineer John Hahn we've both caught the Patrol off the Milwaukee board. Back in those days the Watertown board was filled... (more)
Chehalis Western FM H10-44 basks in the late-afternoon sun at the Milwaukee Road's Tacoma Shops. It appears the CWWR had the Milwaukee do heaving repairs which the CWWR wasn't equipped as a loggi... (more)
This will probably be the last paint job the 761 will get. Built in 1945 at Beloit,WI. on this day it was the Portage switch engine. Note the FM builders plate is already missing off the front of ... (more)
It's getting pretty late in the game for the FM's on the Milwaukee but here some still congregate with the first FM ever (760)on the service track with the 778 in the shadows in the foreground.
An unidentified FM switcher switches the CNW yard at Washington Street on Milwaukee's south side at dusk in December of 1965. The Allis depot is in the background Once the route of the famed "... (more)
Chehalis Western H10-44 sits among Milw Rd units in front of Milwaukee's busy Tacoma Shops.
It's a beautiful summer day in the Communipaw freight yards. Central Railroad Company of New Jersey had leased a group of Fairbanks-Morse switchers from the Baltimore & Ohio, one of which basks in... (more)
MILW 763, and FM H10-44 switcher is still in service at Savanna, IL. The August 1945 built unit was retired in March 1981.
A Pennsy transfer pounds the iron under the Eads Bridge.
CWRR 1207, nee WIWR 1207, nee CWRR 783, nee MILW 783, sits in the Miller Compressing scrapyard in Milwaukee, awaiting her fate in August of 1985.