Hundreds of locomotives are being stored at Roanoke as freight traffic drops during the pandemic.
Panama Canal Railway's F40 locomotive leads a passenger train into the Atlantic Passenger Terminal in Colón.
NS locomotives stored at Roanoke.
A line of locomotives sit in Juniata Locomotive Shop. The front end of the NS 2702 locomotive was newly repaired.
The cab sections of three NS Dash 9 locomotives sit at Cresson Steel's yard, waiting to be scrapped.
The cab section of NS 8661 is on display in front of Virginia Museum of Transportation.
A line of SD70ACU locomotives sit in NS Altoona Yard, waiting to be assigned DPU duties.
GE C36-7 in China. It was imported in the 1980s and named as ND5. Shanghai Railway Bureau Nanjing Depot operates this kind of locomotive in Nanjing-Wuhu Railway.
NS 1616, a 1955 Baldwin AS-416 locomotive, is on display at North Carolina Transportation Museum.
A line of steam locomotives awaiting restoration at Strasburg Station. The one in the front is ex Reading Company's 0-4-0 camelback steam locomotive #1187. It was built in 1903 and last ran in 196... (more)
PHL 81 sits at San Pedro, CA.
Retired CSXT8954 on display at Southeastern Railway Museum.
Former steam 4-8-4 NdeM 3028 still awaiting restoration in New Hope rail yard
The cab sections of NS Dash 9 locomotives 9096 and 9024 sit at Cresson Steel's yard, waiting to be scrapped.
The boiler of Long Island Rail Road #39 sits on two bogies at Strasburg Station, awaiting restoration. #39 is a G5s 4-6-0 steam locomotive built in 1929.