As seen by this aerial perspective, a variety of EMD and GE locomotives sit in storage along the deadline of CSX's Huntington Locomotive Shops. While not all locomotives are destined for the scrap... (more)
Thoroughbreds of many varieties wait in the engine pit for service or assignment outside the Locomotive Shop in the Norfolk Southern Bellevue Yard
A cabless Alco smokes it up as it pulls hoppers through the yard alongside the Ohio River in Ceredo, West Virginia.
Thoroughbreds lined up at the Harrisburg fuel pad and yard tower.
The engine terminal at Danville, West Virginia, sits in the shadow of the recently constructed US119 bridge.
Assorted power, representing all of the Chessie System, laying over at Parsons Yard in Columbus, Ohio, during the Christmas holiday in 1983.
Assorted power laying over at Parsons Yard in Columbus, Ohio, during the Christmas holiday in 1983.
A necessary part of every train in 1982 was the caboose.
There were literally hundreds of locomotives of every make and model at Silvis after the shutdown of the Rock.
Half of all of the SW8s on the Rock Island roster are shown here being made ready to be sold.
The Rock rebuilt these geeps to extend their lives. They lasted longer than the Rock did.
A mixture of power is waiting to go to work at the engine terminal of the RF&P in Richmond, Virginia.
Recently renumbered Chessie power mingles with renumbered Seaboard and repainted CSX power at the engine terminal at Walbridge, Ohio.
Quiet time late on Saturday afternoon at the Port Clinton yard and engine terminal.
A small portion of the power at the engine terminal on this summer afternoon. Just six years later everything but the mainline, a couple of yard tracks, and the shell of the coaling tower would b... (more)