One in the S&I and a mix of stuff, including the Reno Fun Train equipment in the yard.
Back when Cleburne was the place to be another local eases out of town with Fs in their next to last incarnation, at least of John Santa Fe.
A colorful lashup in Kansas CIty
Battered and dirty, still equipped with the old "honker" horns and the jaunty bell, this old cab unit is again ready to venture into the north woods in search of traffic.
Big power for the yard. No more do they shuffle freight at Erwin and only two trains a day call here. We all wonder how long CSX with maintain what is now effective a very long branchline.
Looking rather old forty years ago.
Shot from freight NY-97. A Roger Puta Photo
A Roger Puta photograph.
Ready to depart with a freight extra an L&N alumnus.
This unit is well represented on this site but not like this. Here it leads the EB "New River Train" whose main power, NKP 765, has to turn on the wye and back to Hinton, destination of... (more)
For years merchandise was switched at the west side of the yard usually by an EMD. This unit was virtually inaccessible for pictures but here one has latched onto a particularly long cut and has ... (more)
Still waiting for a repaint this former SCL>SBD unit is heading toward its train.
There were already getting rather uncommon there even in those days but they seem to me to be fairly recent units, as if they should still be around. Guess that's a function of getting "olde... (more)
Back when CSX switched the downtown area you could always depend on something being assigned to the job, usually a GP40 but on this date a rare former C&O unit makes things interesting.