Clangin' the bell.
Trackmobile resting at Tropicana's rail car repair area.
Jupiter reversing followed by #119.
Not too much is different from that day back in 1869.
All 3 lines occupied. This is my ultimate, once-in-a-lifetime, can't-believe-it-turned-out grab-shot.
One of the few CSX GP38-2's that aren't dynamic brake equipped. At the time, this unit was in the stealth gray ghost scheme, which didn't differ too much from the interior.
SCL lettering refuses to disappear on this Baby-Boat in `91. I miss hearing those 8 cylinders labor. Shame this particular critter didn't end up toiling for Pickens in SC.
This piece of replicated railroad history is a work of art.
Central Pacific #60 "Jupiter" in foreground.
Relieving the pressure.
Westbound general merchandise with elephant-style big GE horsepower and the Wasatch Range in the distance.
You think plumbing knowledge might come in handy?
Survivor. I haven't laid eyes on this SW7 since I took this photo over a year ago, but I'm sure it's still serving it's owner well. One of nine SW7's built for ACL over 65 years ago. A true testam... (more)
Emptier than usual.