This location is much different today. CSX operates on this railroad and Iowa Interstate runs through here on trackage rights. The double track main is now single track and that signal still sta... (more)
Erie-Lackawanna U25B 2508 and two mates sit in Port Jervis. These units were only about four months old at the time and carried the railroad name with a hyphen.
Visitors to D&RGW's North Yard.
This freight is the South Brainree to Selkirk turn. It ran with a caboose at each end due to a reverse move at Attleboro. It was normally a heavy train with three or more units. On this partcular ... (more)
Freight from Middleboro heads north to Framingham. The train had to switchback at Attleboro so it had a caboose at each end of the train.
The hottest train on the Rock accelerates westbound out of Rockdale IL. That's Larkin Ave Il Rte 7 in the background.
Rare even thirty years ago, this old boat has triggered considerable activity among the "foamers" gathered on the great overpass.
Selkirk freight just getting at full amperage on top of grade and end of curve. It is 1966 and so far the new U boats are working out just fine.
As Andy Rooney might say, "You know, I never really figured out why GE hated the term 'U Boats' when it would seem to be complimentary. The German submarines were excellent machines, reliable and... (more)