I had to blow it up to find the number (on the front). She's probably retired and sold but still at home for a while. By the way, for the youngsters, those big buildings in the background are ca... (more)
CPR 7099 was a regular around Sault Ste. Marie for years. In this photo the elderly Alco has just been started up in anticipation of the afternoon switch crews arrival. It's a chilly late October ... (more)
B&M transfer cut from the Central Vermont on the main thoroughfare beside the station. Black Alco Switchers were every where on the old B&M. This is a real grab shot. My dad stopped the car long e... (more)
Claremont & Concord Alco S4 105 is in the eight notch and crawling across the Connecticut River with 700 tons of cement cars trailing the 160-ton locomotive with a blown turbocharger.
Claremont & Concord Alco S4 105 puts on a show while switching the cement hoppers at the West Lebanon, NH Eagle Leaf Transload yard. The Alco has blown the turbocharger and is working hard and gi... (more)
Piedmont & Northern 1002 leading a short but "classic" freight train at Ranlo, NC in 1969.
Piedmont & Northern 1005 awaiting its next assignment in Greenville, June 1969
Piedmont & Northern S-4 1005 working a cut of cars (including a NYC boxcar) at Greenville, SC, in June 1969.
Leased unit. Taken with permission. This was originally a South Buffalo unit.
Power sits at the East end of Crowsnest Yard. Sentry Mountain looms over the scene
Former SCL Alco S4 #230, seen here lettered for the Port Manatee operation in April 1997.
Running cab-end forward against the hazy backdrop of Moat Mountain, 1055 pinch-hits for CSRX's steam loco, which was kept in the barn by ongoing boiler work.
1055 steals the limelight from 7470 during the annual night photo shoot. Last year we posed 7470 on the table, but ongoing boiler work kept her in the barn this year. Lumedyne lighting by Fred J... (more)
Some 6 years later #36 was still in the Spirit of '76 paint scheme sitting here by the Genesee & Wyoming shops in Retsof NY.