A train of empty hoppers heads for Russell, Kentucky, as it leaves Chessie's Walbridge yard outside Toledo, Ohio.
Assorted power, representing all of the Chessie System, laying over at Parsons Yard in Columbus, Ohio, during the Christmas holiday in 1983.
Assorted power laying over at Parsons Yard in Columbus, Ohio, during the Christmas holiday in 1983.
The crew is watching carefully as Norfolk & Western 1218 is negotiating the wye at Front Royal, Virginia.
The power for the Laurel Creek shifter lays over at the quaint terminal at Quinnimont, West Virginia.
A westbound coal train is rounding the curve past the Triple Crown facility at Rutherford and passing through CP Beaver.
The block heater on this switcher seems redundant on this balmy winter's day.
The westbound Annville stone train has just passed the 101 signals and is crossing over Hershey Park Drive.
NS 19G is making its pickup in the yard just east of the Hershey Chocolate plant.
A wide angle view of an SD40-2 reminds me of the old Uniroyal Tiger Paw advertising mascot of the 1960s. Fast, sleek, and powerful!
Westbound empty coal hoppers lead by a clean 14 month old SD70M-2.
NS 19G is pulling out of the Hershy Chocolate yard with two empty cars it just picked up.
The Hershey Shifter is clearing up so that 19G can make its setoff and pickup in the yard at the Hershey Chocolate plant.
Numerous GP9s and GP30s stored around the roundhouse at Elkins, West Virginia, during a coal strike in May of 1981.
There's plenty of power for all of the mine shifters at Danville on this spring morning in 1983.