469 cast a lonely shadow on the side of the old PM roundhouse in Saginaw on a chilly wet damp night. 469 has been retired for years but has escaped the scrappers torch unlike its other D&M/LSRC al... (more)
Have you ever wondered what the cab interior of a GE Gas Turbine Electric looked like? The UP 14 and UP 16 were stored in Salt Lake City for many years. They both were derelict and heavily vandali... (more)
Derelict on display This poor old girl sits rusting away with moss growing in all the dark places in Algonquin Park's Logging Museum. Look closely and you can see a green spot on the smokeb... (more)
Detail shot of the nose plate on the Algonquin Park Logging Museum's old MLW 0-4-0 saddle-tank locomotive on display. Locomotive was manufactured "at Montreal for a contractor in Nova Scotia and a... (more)
Oversize load On the afternoon of August 11, 2004, Denver and Rio Grande Western GP30 No. 3011 is on its way to the Colorado railroad Museum on the streets. With no outside rail connect... (more)
Street running! Well, not really, but Denver and Rio Grande Western GP30 No. 3011 is on its way to the Colorado railroad Museum on the streets. With no outside rail connection, the loco... (more)
As of Thursday the 17th the last of the LSRC Alco's, 1280, was scrapped bringing the end of a era to Michigan. Here two of the last 3 M420's and one of the four C425's sits outside the shops in Sa... (more)
All but 2 of the Alcos owned by Lake States have been scrapped including all four in this photo. These three MLW M420's were the first to be scrapped.
E's, Geep's, Sw's, SD's, Slugs, MP's and even a couple GE's, something for just about everyone and behind me there are several more E's, Geeps a few CF7's a couple F40's two F45's and much much mo... (more)
Another shot front inside of the roundhouse in Gary, this time showing the 322.
A rare look inside the EJE roundhouse in Gary finds two retired locomotives awaiting disposition. This roundhouse is slated for demolishing, it is unsure as of now when it will be torn down.
Five SW1500's sit along the road at the shops in Altoona. The 2214 still in CR, you can see the old Penn central name at the right angle.
The J logo on 650's long hood.
LSRC 469 the last regularly operating RS in freight service in the US sit on one of the old PM roundhouse tracks in saginaw along with a RS3M also retired.
2 RS18U's sit behind the CN shops awaiting disposition.