On its way to Boston, a Penn Central freight that has just departed Selkirk Yard passes shuttered SK Tower, which formerly controlled the junction between the Boston & Albany and West Shore routes... (more)
Led by a U33C and two other six-axle GEs, Conrail train TV-9 accelerates west through Weston, MA, on the former Boston & Albany. In the early 1980s the Sunday edition of TV-9, like this one, was l... (more)
EL 3313 leads TC 4 at Suffern, NY on Oct 6, 1974.
Like NE-87, D&H/LV run-through NE-84 has D&H power on October 13, 1973. U33C 759 leads two U30Cs off of the LV and onto the D&H using the Dupont connection specifically put in for these trains. ... (more)
D&H/LV run-through NE-87 has D&H power on this colorful fall day. This must have been a heavy train, as U33C 754 is likely a front-end helper for the 3 C628s on a train that also had U30C 703 pus... (more)
Carrying a new number but still retaining its lightning stripe scheme, Delaware & Hudson U33C 659 basks in the winter sun in East Binghamton Yard.
It's not the classic lightning stripe scheme, but the Guilford treatment on Delaware & Hudson U33C 651 is striking against the white snow and blue sky.
Three Delaware & Hudson U33C’s are at the head end of a grain train on the tail of the Jefferson Connection switchback at Brandt, Pennsylvania.
A U33C and two U30Cs growl west through Natick, MA, on the former Boston & Albany with a Selkirk-bound Conrail freight out of Boston. Conrail was just over a year old and the paint shop had a lot ... (more)
Former NP U33C no. BN 5721 catches some sunlight at Minneapolis in the company of a former GN SW1500. Both units were among the newest power acquired by the predecessors to BN. Note the water towe... (more)
Eastbound manifest slows for a signal.
Big Black Boat
A Penn Central U33C leads an early Conrail freight across the Lehigh River at Allentown, Pennsylvania. This unit was in the first order of U33C’s delivered by GE, be... (more)
SP 8732 is in run 8 and producing lots of exhaust as it pulls an eastbound manifest train up Banning Pass. The further the train got in to San Timoteo Canyon, the better the sky became as it got ... (more)