Wabash EMD E8 1012 leads a seven car train at Thompson Missouri in 1953. Otto Perry photo, from my collection.
Wabash train number 79, the Chicago Express, is seen leaving Detroit Michigan in 1939. Otto Perry photo, from my collection.
An old Wabash caboose is preserved in the small town of Orrick with a signal.
Moving at track speed the Wabash Cannon Ball rushed through Litchfield, Illinois on May 04, 1955. E-8 #1005 crosses the CB&Q tracks on its way to St. Louis with an all heavy-weight consist. Phot... (more)
A February 1964 Wabash RR Cannonball passenger crew change in Peru, IN. Slide is from the John E. Troxler collection, photographer unknown.
On October 01, 1956, westbound train 89 with two Wabash F7's on the point hauling a consist of merchandise with two old 50' outside brace wooden box cars at Farmdale, Illinois near St. Louis. P... (more)
In May 2014, the North Carolina Transportation Museum hosted a Streamliners Festival where E units and F units (and streamliners from other builders) all congreated at the museum in Spencer. The W... (more)
At least its looking good. The WAB 671 sits in the museum in Bellevue, Ohio for people to enjoy. Another locomotive that needs money and a chance to get back in service.
Sometimes Wabash Train Masters led trains through Decatur. One such occasion occurred on April 2, 1966 when #553
handled an extra through town. Photo by Bill Warren, from my collection.
The final "hurrah" on a multi-day "Flares & F's" photo adventure was this storage move on the Wisconsin Great Northern with their then-new "Wabash" locomotives. #195... (more)
Wabash 1189 arrives into the downtown Monticello depot with a passenger train.
Wabash Railroad FA1 1202A and its mates are seen in the yard at Peru Indiana in 1959. From my collection, Dennis Schmidt photo.
The local Wabash Railroad crew prepare to head north after picking up cars from the NKP on the New Haven xchange in Ft. Wayne, IN. FWRHS photo shoot.
On a gloomy morning, various equipment sits around at Wisconsin Great Northern.
The Detroit to St. Louis train No.1 The Wabash Cannon Ball tail sign adorned the gate of the open platform of the City of Wabash observation car, as the conductor watched the train leave the Decat... (more)