Near the end of a sunny below zero early January day in 1970, GN U25B (later version with a double windshield) catches the last rays of sunshine as well as the sunset of its career on Great Northe... (more)
CR 2528 leads the WVUT-52 south across Genesee Street on their way to Sangerfield, NY. The New Hartford Depot can be seen behind the Hess gas station sign.
At sunset, a U25B/GP9 duo hurries a short Penn Central freight through Warwick, RI, bound for Boston. The locomotives and the track are all ex-New Haven.
Southern Pacific No. 3100 and Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe No. 108 take there place just outside the Southern California Railway Museum's diesel "barn" for an impromptu photo session bene... (more)
Stars Under The Stars. Posed together at the Southern California Railway Museum beneath the night sky are SP 3100 (U25B), ATSF 108 (FP45) and the ATSF 999076. While COVID-19 might have put ... (more)
The sun has yet to rise high enough to clear the San Gorgonio Mountains to the east as a Southern Pacific "Hauler" departs the railroad’s West Colton Yard. This train has the usual SP... (more)
PC 2675 sits at the Middleboro, MA yard, on Aug 12 1975. The historic CP Washburn Grain Mill is in the background, sadly it was torn down in 2004.
One of the Maine Central's ex-Rock Island U25Bs teamed up with a Delaware & Hudson Century 420 on an eastbound Boston & Maine freight making a pickup at Ayer, MA.
Milwaukee Road U25B 5057 is no longer part of the Western Pacific Railroad Museum collection at Portola, CA. Having never seen an actual MILW diesel in service (patched SOO "bandit" uni... (more)
Erie Lackawanna GE U25B 2525, Alco C424 2405, EMD SD45 803 (Owned by D&H) and SDP45 3653 at Port Jervis, New York in October, 1972 No photographer listed on slide.
An SP U25B shoves the Southern California Railway Museum train back to the station.
In the New Haven Railroad's final summer, a trio of U25Bs lead a Maybrook (NY)-Cedar Hill freight along the Housatonic River at Turkey Brook in Derby, CT. I took this photo from the overgrown righ... (more)
The daily PC freight from Montreal to Syracuse is starting its journey as it pulls out of CPR's St. Luc Yard.