CNW train #488 with 2 motors is pulling 79 cars out of Butler yard, including these Armour meat reefers. Tracks of the Milwaukee Road are seen below.
A suspected Mohawk-led mail and express train, with 4 head-end mail cars, slows to stop at Crestline. It was scheduled into Crestline at 3:10 and did not carry passengers (1956 Ohio Div. TT). Du... (more)
Already an antique, this wooden car sat in CNJ's yard some 55+ years ago. John reports this is a Western Union (supply) car. "Just sitting there."
A Decapod gets some maintenence. John reports that nobody took notice of his presence taking photos in the pit, it was no big deal. PRR Class I1s.
New Haven bound MU crosses the Norwalk River.
We're deep into the PRR steam era from the Dziobko camera. Assuming the date on the slide is the date the photo was actually taken, it would seem to contradict the late Don Ball, Jr., in his book... (more)
The Penninsula 400 passes Grand Ave. tower.
A Ron Zeil trip to Argentina provided this op to capture switching at the terminal.
A Ron Ziel trip to Argentina provided these scenes.
The stable of afternoon trains staging at Sunnyside.
The lineup at Sunnyside.
Sunset over Manhattan as seen from Sunnyside Yard.
Late afternoon at Sunnyside Yard. It appears that C&O cars are in the consist of a PRR intercity train.
A UP eastbound coal load cautiously descends the 2% grade at Tunnel 27, after dark.