Quite possibly the only place in the country where you could catch two Alco C425s elephant style.
Installing the F.R.E.D.
The crew of train 325 pulls the 371 out of the shed to go switch the LaFarge cement plant.
Caked with snow.
After being told by the crew that there would be no movement for 45 minutes, the photographer created Morgan: The Unofficial snowman of the Lake State Railway. Yes, in case you're wondering, I scr... (more)
The power from the inbound road freight was parked on the wye for the weekend enabling the photographer to frame the power using the remains of old NDYX cars. Photo taken with permission.
The crew tied the power from the inbound road freight up in just the right spot, so the photographer decided to do another attempt at shot he's been working at for a while.
The claw of death has arrived in Alpena. Thankfully though it's not here for the 975...yet. Photo taken with permission.
Catch her while you can...RS3m 975 has seen a lot in her time. She now sits on the side of the Alpena Roundhouse dead. Her future unknown, one doesn't know if she'll be here the next day. Taken wi... (more)
On a cool, crisp November morning recently reinstated M420W 3504 shoves back on the wye, heading to the roundhouse for the weekend. To the left of the locomotive is one of the remaining D&M troop ... (more)
I love it when they put the Alcos up front! LSRC train 326 awaits its crew in the Alpena Yard. Taken with permission.
This little geep sits all alone on the main, awaiting her crew so she can preform her duties.
LSRC 181 leads train 327a into the Alpena Yard. The entire train, about 40-50 cars, can be viewed in the photo.
LSRC 3500 is framed by the brush.
Spill your guts! LSRC 698 awaits the torch as some of her internal parts lay beside her.