In the spring of 2012, I stumbled across the Rochester & Genesse Valley Railroad Museum which had not yet opened for the season. Thanks to a gentle man that volunteered there, and to make a long s... (more)
David & Goliath. KU 001, a GE 45 tonner is getting some PM at the Bluegrass Railroad Museum while the museums primary excursion power, N&W 675, a GP9 occupies the depot siding built by volunteers ... (more)
Eastbound turning onto Mahoning St , Rt 642 approaching NS Buffalo Line . Interesting to see a engine crossing the RR rather than on It. this engine was built in 1941 , and was in use here at Milt... (more)
Tim Schandel has been with the museum for 30+ years, and has run his fair share of engines, from SD45's to SD18's to SD38's to NW-5's and many in between. His favorite switcher, however, is the fo... (more)
KU 001 waits on the main while members of the Bluegrass Railway Museum align the switch to the siding and remove a derail so 001 can pick a flatcar up from the siding and take it to Versailles.
The owner of QC chip reload center in East Angus. Chips were hauled by QC from Daaquam. The reload facility is now closed because Daaquam is closed.
613 is the plant switcher for ELG Metals, an industry adjacent to CSX's Pittsburgh Sub. This critter has a lengthy history, built in July 1943 and used by the following railroads: US Army 7499, ... (more)
The Hagerstown Roundhouse Museums latest engine alongside a caboose in the process of painting.
Inside the cab of the Hagerstown Roundhouse Museum's latest addition.
D&GV's diesel at the end of track in Durbin.
Hv 7318 Just out of the shop in new blue paint
This ELG Metals unit spots a gondola full of scrap on their scale. If you look just above the unit, you can see the scale readout.