An immaculate M636, apparently fresh from the paint shop, far outshines a pair of less-than-pristine leased B&O GP40's on a westbound CP freight at Smiths Falls, Ontario.
After negotiating the 2.2% downward grade from Keating Summit, Pa., WNY&P 637 leads four other ALCo's through Sizersville, Pa. in a rainfall of biblical proportions.
In preparation of a 10 MPH slow order, Engineer Mike Matson throttles his train down as he crests Keating Summit. The slow order is permanently in place due to a 2% downward grade between Keating ... (more)
With five ALCo's in his consist, Engineer Mike throttles his train around the curve at Cameron, Pa. on his way south to Driftwood to make an interchange with Norfolk Southern. This train would the... (more)
The Driftwood Turn crosses over Sinnemahoning Creek in Cameron as it continues east to Driftwood.
two MLW and baby Alco at freight train for Ptolemaida at Foufas area.
oil train for Komanos station with two MLW
two MLW and the Baby Alco at freight train
Flying white flags, a grimy CP Rail M636 and C630 duo lead a westbound over the frozen Ottawa River at Vaudreuil-Dorion, Quebec. The tracks in the foreground are the parallel CN mainline.
"Steam Meets Diesel at Moscow"
Steamtown was operating one of its Moscow excursions the same day the DL operated its ASLRRA excursion, allowing for this rare passenger meet at th... (more)
The ASLRRA excursion departs Scranton after picking up its passengers at the Raddisson hotel just down the line. Behind the train stands one of the many buil... (more)
Cartier M636 #49 south bound log train headed back to Port Cartier is at mp23 QUE. 9/18/2001 Cartier #49 is ex-CN 2321 which was built 7/1/1971
"Snow in the Pocono"
Snow starts to fall as PT-98 heads East under the signal bridge in Elmhurst behind a set of ALCO/MLW six axle Alcos.
A matched multi-mark set of big Canadian Pacific Railway MLWs - M636 4719 and M630 4571 - roll into East Binghamton, New York, with a short 554 intermodal train that originated in Montreal. Scann... (more)
4723's state is pretty much in line with the fading autumn; it's indeed painful to look at...