This engine would be scrapped here in 1996, after this unfortunate remnant of the Erie had failed. Photo by unknown, from my collection.
Pickens Belton job on its way back to Anderson just outside Belton
The only model I even operated solo. A favorite. Nice portrait by Dave Petke, from my collection.
DL PO-74 passes "ARMY" in Tobyhanna PA. The veteran MLW M630 3000 leads the train with flags flying for Memorial Day Weekend.
Look, Ma! No Fuel Tank!
EMDX SD40J 50, a Joule Battery Electric Locomotive built on the frame of an SD40-2 by Progress Rail Locomotive Inc. in Brazil, switches autoracks ... (more)
Reading Company RS-3 467, built by the American Locomotive Company in May 1952, was sold to the Peabody Coal Company. It was later purchased – and restored – by the Reading Historical Society.... (more)
A former C of G unit with one of their homemade stacks is now working the gigantic prep plant which utilized many old switchers, most with a truck engines in the radiator section. Nowadays this i... (more)
Remnants of a CSX AC6000 is seen at the ACWR's shops in Candor.
Profile shot of an ex-SP unit, complete with lights. Photo by unknown, from my collection.
New power on the Lancaster and Chester Railroad was on Train 12 on May 23rd. The first two motors are a new model built by Knoxville Locomotive Works they have designated as a SE32C. There's a thi... (more)
In Louisville yet. That was short-lived operation. Photo by R J Roll. From my collection.
Still in original colors this unit is owned by NS on this date.
Originally C&O, later LS&I, I have seen no proof that these units were actually used on NERR. The Alco truck was notoriously hard on curves which may have been a reason.
Originally LS & I . Note the odd MU setup. Air? Have yet to see a picture of these actually doing any work on this railroad or WTNN where they went later. Photo by Jim Satterwhite, from my col... (more)
Photographer unknown, from my collection.