A Rare FM H20-44 # 408 rests Deep inside the tight confines of the Southwest Portland cement Plant In Victorville in the summer of 1975. Photo Taken with permission
AC&Y 505 shoves a SOO box car with a brakeman riding the rooftop catwalk on a cold and cloudy March afternoon. This H-20-44 would survive as Southwest Portland Cement 410 before being preserved at... (more)
Southwest Portland Cement's operation in Victorville, California, includes a rail operation between the processing plant and Bell Mountain Quarry. The railroad, built as the Mojave Northern, feat... (more)
Action on the Mon line under the Duquense Incline. PRR Class FS20m.
Southwest Portland Cement H20-44 408 (ex-SWPC 66, ex-Union Pacific 1366, nee-FM demonstrator 2000), is seen at the company's Victorville facility on October 16, 1981. (Timothy Dickinson photo, Cr... (more)
A very rare Pennsy FM H20-44 leads a set of Alco FA1's up the hill at Gallitzin,PA. Note the downbound train on the adjacent track with at least 6 units.
SWPC (aka Mojave Northern) H20-44 408 (ex-66, ex-UP 1366, nee-FM demonstrator 2000) hauls a train of empties out to the quarry, east of I-15 and the city of Victorville in the Mojave Desert.
SWPC (aka Mojave Northern) H20-44 409 (ex-69, nee-UP 1369) rests at the cement plant before heading out again to the quarry.