USN 65 ton switcher sits on the CSX connection track next to Osborn Yard.
Poor man's remote control. One man operated this unit from the little box where the steps used to be. This is what we think of as the "classic" 65-tonner. I always wondered what would have happ... (more)
Poor man's remote control. One man operated this unit from the little box where the steps used to be. The unit apparently has been reengined with new Caterpilars.
Republic is about finished with Hartwell #4, and soon the engine will be pulling passenger trains.
Restored GE working in port of Buenos Aires area..
Same place, 6 years before:
First Ever Freight Charter with the 734 The Hawk Mountain Flyer stopped at the Fuhrmans Grove signal in Trexler. This was the first time the 734 has pulled a freight charter on the ... (more)
The End to a Great Day of Railroading! The Hawk Mountain Flyer returns home to the Kempton Station after a great day of railroading. This was the first of many more freight charter... (more)
First Ever Freight Charter with the 734 The Hawk Mountain Flyer crossing Ontelaunee Creek. This was the first time the 734 has pulled a freight charter on the WK&S. A special than... (more)
The Innards of WKS 734 Built in 1956 by GE, the WK&S acquired this locomotive in 2004 from Project CNJ 113 in exchange for a CNJ business car. From December 2006 to June 2010, this... (more)
The Hawk Mountain Flyer Chef Adam takes time out from preparing lunch to pose for a few photos on the ex-Reading Caboose. A special thanks to Jim Eden for arranging the private char... (more)