As far as trains are concerned, it don't get more New Orleans than a Riverfront Streetcar and the Public Belt.
A New Orleans Public Belt job passes through one of the flood walls lining the "Industrial Canal" on the east side of town.
A NOPB job works the small yard on the east side of town just south of the CSX interchange with a pair of veteran SW1500s and a MP1500D. Threatening storm clouds yielded a momentary sucker hole, ... (more)
A Public Belt transfer with doublestacks and chemicals from CN passes East Bridge Tower heading to NOPB Cotton Warehouse Yard.
A local spots plastic pellet hoppers at the Governor Nicholls Street Wharf with the streetcar line and French Quarter in the background.
High and not too long, a transfer job from the Public Belt is headed to the Union Pacific yard just around and is crossing the famous Huey P.!
A pair of MK rebuids lead an eastbound NOPB BS transfer out of NOPB's yard along the MS river in New Orleans near the French Quarter
NOPB 1001 sits in the Public Belt yard and roundhouse in Uptown New Orleans.
NOPB 71 awaiting its next work at New Orleans during the summer of 1973.
NOPB SW1000 #103 awaiting work at New Orleans, LA in the summer of 1973.
Public Belt S-12 #61 in New Orleans, August '73.
UP 3926 along with CSX 552 and 8507 lead a mixed freight along the NOPB Public Belt line in New Orleans.
NOPB 1504 leads small train past the Canal Street crossing by the New Orleans downtown aquarium.
NOPB Avondale run (3001/3002 GP40's) heading home with cars from the UP Avondale Yard.
The Huey P. Long Bridge Widening Project in Jefferson Parish, Louisiana is a four-phase project started Apr... (more)
NOPB 153 (SW1500) and 106 (SW1000) at service area near the Belt's turntable and roundhouse.