For two weekends this fall, the Stewartstown Railroad offered a unique experience to ride behind Jeddo Coal Co. 0-4-0 #85 on roughly a mile of restored track. This picture shows the unique consist... (more)
While this small Plymouth switcher is the smallest locomotive owned by the West Chester Railroad, it still finds purpose by being used as an advertisement for the railroad in downtown West Chester... (more)
A Plymouth Switcher of unknown heritage an a CNW caboose outside the museum in Clinton, Iowa.
Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewage District's brand new Plymouth switcher is working the joint CNW/SOO yard on Jones Island in Milwaukee in July of 1996.
As the morning fog slowly lifts a small Anderson's owned Plymouth is shoving a trio of hoppers back into Sumner street yard past a virtually abandoned ex-commuter car. The pickup is being driven ... (more)
WALLY is what I call this loco. Wally looks pretty tired and run down. What an environment. I hope this is not the future.
This Andersons critter has ventured out into Sumner Street yard on a brisk winter day.
Perhaps the most diminutive passenger train around! M&E's shop switcher shuffles around a privately-owned Pullman.
Used to shuttle cars in and out of the repair bays this old girl awaits her next assignment