Olgebay-Norton Alco’s stand in the rain at the company’s Ashland, Kentucky yard. RS3 512 began life as Reading 495, and is now part of the Vintage Locomotives, Inc. collection in Oak Ridge, Tennes... (more)
Oglebay Norton Alco S2 No. 10 switches their coal trans-loading facility at Kenova, WV on Nov. 9, 1977.
Sitting in line with several other units behind her Oglebay Norton ALCO RS with VLIX marks sits at the Southern Appalachia Railway Museum, hopefully with restoration in the future.
Another ex-Chessie System radio controlled unit.
Radio Controlled, ex Chessie of some ilk. I got to run it!
These 2 GE 70 ton Locos sit quietly in the weeds rusting away. They were last used in the 1970's. The green unit is lettered for Kelly's Creek Railroad on the longhood. *Note: On March 31st. 2008... (more)