723 is one of just a handful of classic geeps customized for NEC MOW service with a notched fuel tank and low profile roof that includes recessed cooling fans.
The first ACS-64 to arrive on the NEC wears a unique scheme that's often referred to as the "Mobility Scheme" It reads "Electric Locomotives for the Future of the Northeast Region... Reliability... (more)
The future has arrived. Brand new ACS-64 #602 is the first of its kind to arrive on the NEC. Its roof panel (with pantograph) in the foreground was removed as it undergoes testing. ACS-64s are ... (more)
A nice contrast with an oldie with modern paint. Click Here to see a view from the cab.
Baldwin Locomotive Works No. 26 slowly comes together in the Steamtown Shop.
Union Pacific Challenger 3985 within the Union Pacific roundhouse at Cheyenne.
African Rail & Traction Services (AR&TS) have their own fleet of locomotives which are leased to various industrial users, but they also undertake complete overhauls, rebuilds and repainting at th... (more)
A completely rehabbed truck awaits duty.
CN No. 3254 getting steam up in the Scranton roundhouse. All locomotives get bigger inside, even medium size locos like No. 3254. Unfortunately, this was to be the locos last season. It is unknown... (more)
An Amtrak Acela Set gets serviced at the Wilmington Shops
Pop the hood and check the fluids.
As it goes through it's extensive rebuild, bits and pieces are being re-applied to the Baldwin 0-6-0 No. 26. Here you see her shiny bell that has just been replaced while the work continues in the... (more)
Santa Fe shop workers hand polish a pair of SD75Ms in the Light Repair Shop.
Two DC meatballs in for some TLC.
Sharing the tight confine of the Morristown enginehouse is SW1500 20 and WT SW1 738. The 20 is back from the Bayway Refinery for emergency repair while the SW1 is being prepped for sale.