Two of the ongoing restoration projects at the Steamtown shops.
Diesel Locomotive for Electric Boat.
Electric Boat 44-tonner Carol (GE, 1945) née New Haven class DEY-4 no. 0814 (a number still worn on one corner) is seen in the back shops ne... (more)
Chop-top Center Cab.
Former Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) Metrorail 44-ton locomotive L002 is seen at East Coast Railroad Services in New Windsor, NY. The now u... (more)
I would hope this one gets to run well and gets a new coat of paint. Former Skaneateles Short Line #5, according to Rochester Railfan page. Built 1951. 300 Horsepower.
A rare find This old Santa Fe Zebra stripe GE 44ton locomotive
# 463 was in use at the American grains plant in Plainview Tx in may 1977. this paint scheme was dropped by the Santa fe in 19... (more)
Not all DL&W switcher motive power was in the 600 to 1200hp range. In the fall of 1948, three 380hp 44-tonners were assembled at GE's Erie plant, for light duty switching operations on the Lack... (more)
GE 44 tonner, with paint fading, looks old and weary.
Claremont & Concord GE 44-tonner #31 at the siding for the Coy Paper Co. outside of Claremont, N.H. in April, 1977.
GE 44T CN 4 sits outside the shops at the Alberta Railway Museum.
In August 1980, we ran across this Bicentennial GE 44-tonner at a quarry in Bellevue, Ohio. R. T. Steinbrenner Photo.
It seems that there was a full house of riders as Strasburg Rail Road’s 44-tonner 33 delivered PRR GG1 4935 to the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania.
On a cloudless February day, Strasburg Rail Road’s 44-tonner 33 delivers the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania’s latest acquisition. Amtrak’s PRR-painted GG1 4935 has just arrived from Wilming... (more)
Again we arrived after everything was finished but this beautifully maintained specimen had moved from its usual 84 Lumber location.
First Diesel. What started as the narrow gauge Buffalo, Attica & Arcade Railroad in 1917 became the Arcade & Attica Railroad Corporation. ARA 110 (44-ton, GE) was the first diesel engine (a... (more)
Ready for Touchdown: Tyburn Railroad 44-tonner #400 is about to be taken of a flatbed and transferred back to rails after a journey by truck from Morrisville, PA to New Jersey. The unit, ne... (more)