The resident Alco at the Sweet Bran plant in Dalhart shuffles some beautifully shiny BN "covered" hoppers around on a pleasant Friday morning. Sweet Bran is a cattle feed product made exclusively ... (more)
An array of Boston and Maine power at the Penn Central engine house. PC had just taken over New Haven and many changes were afoot. In the background left is an ex New Haven GP9 and an ex New York ... (more)
Undoubtedly the best options package for an Alco is WP's tall stack and number boards. This old goat is out to pasture with the rest of the Alcos.
8490 was new on the property in '52. PRR Class AS10.
Conway Scenic 1055 pulls a passenger train north across a golf course and into the station area at North Conway.
This all black ex ATSF S-4 was leased for a short time to the MIGN in 1979
A former Boston & Maine S4 is seen at Elizabethport on its way from Naporano Iron & Metal in Newark NJ, where it was stripped of its prime-mover and hand rails, among other things, to Southern Rai... (more)
The cabs from a Baltimore & Ohio S4 and a Conrail C630 sit among the detritus of reclaimed steel at "Scraporano." Naporano was not fan friendly, but on Sundays it was closed and there was a back g... (more)
Three Alco switchers sit on the turntable tracks as they await their turn for repairs.
Central Vermont Railway S4 sits in front of Chaplin Station in Columbia Junction at Connecticut Eastern Railroad Museum's 4th Annual Night Photo Shoot.
Two former South Branch Valley ALCOs, one still in B&O paint, sit in the weeds near Cass without a single intact pane of glass to their name.
Museum volunteer Jeff poses with the ex-CV S-4, and volunteer Mark peers out of the Chaplin Station window during the CERM's 4th annual Night Photo Shoot. Lumedyne lighting by Steve Barry of "Rai... (more)
Now working for United Farmer's Cooperative.