Grand canyon railway's ALCO FPA4 resting at the Grand canyon station.
Napa Valley Railroad number 73 basks in the early morning sunlight in their yard in Napa.
Napa Valley Railroad NVRR 73, 71 and 70 bask in the early morning sunlight at the railroads yard in Napa.
VIA FPA-4 no. 6759 and a pair of FPB's get hustled around the VIA/CN passenger engine terminal near CN Tower in downtown Toronto, ON. A lot of changes were underway as can be seen by the construct... (more)
The aroma in the air....it's the best scented train chase in America.
CN FPA-4 6789 passes the historic Wabash depot in downtown Monticello with a passenger excursion.
A Via Rail Ottaway-Brockville passenger train meets a westbound Canadian Pacific freight at Smiths Falls, Ontario. Both the passenger and ther freight have MLW engines for power.
Snow For Santa. New York & Lake Erie RR Train Rides operated 4 "Santra Express" trips from Gowanda, New York to Dayton, New York using NY&LE MLWs FPA4 6764 (ex-VIA 6764) and FPA2 6758 (ex-V... (more)
Although once one of the primary engines for the Grand Canyon Railway, the 6776 now sits in retirement at the depot at Grand Canyon Village. Having suffered a mechanical failure, the railway opted... (more)
Two Grand Canyon Railway trains rest at the South Rim of the Grand Canyon on March 17, 2005. Both trains are powered by classy A-B sets of Alco-designed Montreal Locomotive Works FPA-4s.
A long way from home, a former VIA FPA-4 is being held in storage in Chicago's south suburbs. This 1959-built product would end up on the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad in 1993. Tom Golden pho... (more)
VIA train 30 from Ottawa to Montreal speeds east through Lachine, Quebec, behind the usual FPA-4 cab unit.
VIA train 55, the Montreal-Toronto Bonaventure, leaves Montreal Island on its way west behind an FPA-4/F9B/RS18 lashup.
I am aboard CN passenger train No. 50 from Toronto to Montreal. Just west of Brockville we meet westbound Train No. 61, The Rapido, on its way from Montreal to Toronto.
VIA was still a few years in the future when this A-B set of classic MLW cab units led a Canadian National Ottawa-Montreal train into the station at suburban Dorval, Quebec.