The Alco C424 had just started the diesel engine, as is easy to see. For the viewer this was also an acoustic experience. The locomotive looked very neat and was in service on a freight train that... (more)
SNCF railcars X 2400 (600 PS, 440 kW, 12 passengers 1st and 56 2nd class ) were built from 1951 to 1955. The last X 2400 was out of use by SNCF in 1989. X 2403, overhauled and renovated 2006 – 200... (more)
In my first trip across the USA, I visited Steamtown, Scranton, PA. Dedicated to my friend Carlos Molanes, he is a really ALCo fan.
Returning from servicing Delaware Lackawana's largest customer, Compression Polymers on the Minooka industrial Track, LL1 descends toward downtown Scranton crossing over Roaring Brook. Scranton i... (more)
X 2403 is a historic railcar. It is operated by the Chemins de Fer de la Haute Auvergne.
The train from #447881 with FCAB engines 2403, 2406 and 2008 has left the salt lakes and is now only minutes away from its destination, the Bolivian border at Ollagüe.
FCAB engines 2403, 2406 and 2008 will reach Ascotan summit in a few minutes. In the background you can see the massive 6145 m high volcano "San Pedro", covered by a rather unusual amount of snow.
Westbound freight approaches summit of the grade at Gulf Summit; believe the first two units are front end helpers
EL Alco Century 424 2403 and two others are at Port Jervis. These were the only new locomotives delivered to the merged railroad in black and yellow and were built in May 1963.