A clean MEC 334 works the yard at Waterville.
The classic Juniata Valley SW9 eases down the streets of Lewistown with some interchange for NS.
A pair of classic EMD SW9s enjoy a little down time parked in Union Pacific's Riverdale Yard in Ogden. The UP 1844 was built by EMD for the UP in April 1953, and was rebuilt by UP as SW10 No. 1203... (more)
The 900 has been inoperable for the past year and has made its triumphant return to service after a rebuild. Here it is after a turn switching Mill 5 at the top of the hill this morning and is br... (more)
US Steel switcher working coil loads from the Granite City works which will be loaded into barges .
Progress Rail Services runs a rail wheel business on the Mojave Airport grounds in Mojave, CA. This bright red SW9 is the plant switcher.
NREX #1243 and a host of other locomotives await their fate at the NRE shops in Mount Vernon Illinois.
SOU 1134 switches a bulkhead flat of lumber on the back side of Southern's ex-CG yard in downtown Columbus.
River City Rambler was a name given to an SW9 (and later an SW1500) that worked riverfront trackage in Savannah's historic district, which by the 1970s had become a huge draw for tourists.
Juniata RR switcher works the yard as the conductor lines the switches. A interesting rail operation located adjacent to the NS Pittsburgh Line.
New plow...flex coil truck...now some new paint...eventually. ILSX 917 still wears Independent Locomotive Leasing, evidence of very early Independent Locomotive Service operations which wa... (more)
To serve the Camp Hill pipe mill, the URR typically stationed a switcher in McKeesport, across the CSX main from The Daily News.
The Wilmington and Western railroad took their SW900 and a caboose up to Ashland, Delaware for a private caboose charter. Here is the small train sitting in Ashland, preparing to head back toward... (more)