RDC-2 VIA 6209 heads up one of two pairs of RDCs parked at the CN/VIA roundhouse in Toronto near the CN Tower. They are accompanied by Tempo painted RS18 CN 3151 (possibly sub-lettered for VIA), a... (more)
Done. Cut in half and piled at a local junk yard. Ex. VIA RDC's wait to finished off. These were bought by I.R.S. in Moncton with hopes to be rebuilt and used. Never Happened.
Image taken with my... (more)
Canadian Pacific was still handling passengers between Esquimalt, near Victoria, and Nanaimo, BC on Vancouver Island when I made my first visit in May 1975. I only had time to capture this one pho... (more)
"DM&IR 1" recreates a classic scene at Knife River. From 1953 until 1961, the Missabe Road's RDC-3 often worked the passenger run between Duluth (Endion Station) and Ely-Winton, and would have cr... (more)
"DM&IR 1" stands at Marbles between shuttle trips on the North Shore Scenic Railroad. The actual DM&IR 1 was an RDC-3 that later went to Northern Pacific.
RDC fake out! How do you make a DM&IR RDC out of an Alaska/NYC RDC? Eight rolls of red and white duct tape for starters. Blue and yellow stripes would have looked VERY out of place on a Missabe... (more)
Photo line snaps shots as a former Alaska RDC rolls past lettered as the DM&IR's RDC that ran over these same tracks.
Max Medlin prepares for another run-by as the photo line gathers.
Max M. hoops up orders to "Loose Boltz" during the 2013 Railfan Weekend at the Lake Superior Railroad Museum. Thanks to Steve Glischinski for setting this up.
A CN train represented by RDC cars arrives at the CN passenger station in Montreal. CN S-4 MLW switcher 8043 waits in the background.
VIA's Sudbury-White River RDCs make a flag stop at Sinker to pick up campers heading back to civilization.
5 RDC-2's sit next to 3 VIA LRC locomotives on a perfect spring afternoon, they have no use other than to sit all day watching passing trains go by, their use is unknown but hopefully they'll be p... (more)