A local couple walks on and completely ignores the GE 65tonner pulling ingots from the upper plant to the lower plant with a shy conductor covering his face. These moves will be ending in the futu... (more)
Rarely seen outside of their Moorefield shops, SBVR 65-tonner #80 rests alongside an old farm service store in Petersburg before leaving for Moorefield with a dinner train a few hours later as a m... (more)
North Sunbury Bulk Transfer's Milton, Pennsylvania, facility includes this unnumbered GE 65-Ton locomotive. Freshly painted but unlettered, this engine rarely leaves its enginehouse. (Note the C... (more)
Pearl River Valley 65-ton #101 delivering cars to the Southern at Nicholson, MS in this August 1973 scene.
I can’t think of many short-lines that have more old style charm and personality than the Arcade & Attica. My good friend Ben Martin and I wanted to shoot the line and got to the enginehouse early... (more)
Under The Stars: This little critter was once hidden away inside the BASF Plant right up the road from this spot, but now BASF/Honeywell is closed and a new paper mill, First Quality, has ... (more)
A Salt Lake Garfield & Western passenger special rambles slowly through the salt grass near the Salt Lake International Airport. The SLGW ran passenger specials every fall when model train shows w... (more)
MBD&T 4491 is one of three locomotives that work at Louis Padnos Iron & Metal Company in Holland, MI. The crane in the background loads gondolas with the shredded scrap metal, and each car is the... (more)
Allegheny Ludlum, after getting over 60 yrs of work out of the GE 44 tonners, is gettting new industrial switchers from Republic Locomotive. The days of the old GE's are numbered. Extra weight (ab... (more)
Spotted this critter at Beech Grove on the way back from Summer Rail. Anyone know what type of center cab this is?
Fall Folage excursion from Wanamaker, Pa to Kempton,Pa.
One Steel Grinding Systems LLC #6, a post-war General Electric 65-ton diesel, is now used as a parts source for engine
The early power for the WCRR rest in their yard in West Chester
One Steel Grinding Systems LLC #9 is a post-war General Electric 65-ton diesel. To see another of their engines, click