Pennsylvania B1 class 0-C-0 boxcab electric, Strasburg, PA. Built by Altoona Works in 1934 for switching duties with 62 inch drivers, 39,250 pounds of tractive effort & a top speed of 25mph. For m... (more)
Amtrak GG-1 #926 on display at the New York State Fairgrounds in Syracuse, NY. For more pics & videos from my collection see my website at http://northamericabyrail.info/
Pennsylvania Railroad class GG-1 2-C+C-2 electric #4935 on display at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania, Strasburg, PA. With it's streamlined welded body styled by industrial designer Raymond Lo... (more)
Amtrak E60MA electric #603 on display at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania. Strasburg, PA. Built as an E60CH with head end power for passenger train lighting & heating, it was later rebuilt & re... (more)
There weren't many benefits associated with working for The Great Train Store, but being able to photograph Amtrak on lunch break wasn't bad.
This beautiful 4 unit set of all of the Deseret Power Ry’s active E60 electric’s is stopped on the line waiting for orders near MP22. MP22 is practically on the Utah/Colorado state line. Engineer ... (more)
A 1/80th pan shot of Amtrak Acela Express 2150 enroute to Boston, MA.
Canon EOS 1D Mark III, Canon EF 70-200 f/2.8L IS USM
Milwaukee Joe E74 is waiting to head west at Silver Bow, MT. Note the spoked wheels on the lead truck.
Alco/Westinghouse boxcab EL3A #105 resting at Roanoke, VA in this Feb. 1957 scene. Bob Drake photo, photo collection of Tom Sink.
Virginian Railway had some interesting electric power as seen on this coal drag at Covel, WV. There was a matching pair on the tail end of this train. Unfortunately, these disappeared after the ... (more)
Switching the West end of the Deer Lodge Yard
Bicentennial GG1! Our country's bicentennial was celebrated in many ways including railroad locomotives of all types painted red, white and blue. This GG1 was one of the more gaudy locomotives p... (more)
One of the Milwaukee's Baldwin Westinghouse EP3 Class motors leads the Columbian at Butte, MT. THe units were built in 1919 and were retired shortly after the Korean war.
The engineer looks back for the highball to take the train to New York City after the engine change at South Amboy. The NJ Transit GG1 is in "heritage" livery.
Despite missing operational Tumbler Ridge electrics the following day, at least one was picked up at the BCR Yard at Prince George - 6004 awaits shops attention in August 1985.