Ex Yankeetown Dock, ex NC Ports, this unit may never have operated on OHCR. Jerry Joe was a collector.
This isn't 1976! It's 2018 and the talented LIRR Morris Park shop force has repainted engine #105 into a brand new patriotic garb. Once the paint job and some mechanical work is completed, she wil... (more)
The Work Train 1 crew heads into the MoW yard in Holban with engines 158, 154 and 16 cars in tow. They'll pick up 14 more empties and head to Fresh Pond to interchange with NYAR and CSX. The name ... (more)
Snowy Morristown... a winter storm had dropped a heavy blanket of snow the previous night. M&E MP15DC 2378 and a string of tank cars are covered in white fluff.
Still wearing Port of Montreal colours. AXLX 7602 does some switching at the Axiall Canada Inc. plant (formerly PPG Standard Chemical) as it moves a couple of tank cars with the same report... (more)
After bringing out Outfit Car No. 6, Kennecott No. 310 pauses in the foreground after clearing the track for No. 93 to back onto the 1872-built passenger car for this morning's run out on the Hi L... (more)
A pair of Belt Railway of Chicago MP15DCs, including their bicentennial contribution, bring a transfer to CSX's Barr Yard. Tom Golden photo.
ILSX 900 (SW8) leads the last Chicago Terminal train back to North Avenue yard from the Goose Island Branch in Chicago, Illinois. With the city wanting everything gone from Goose Island, this is 9... (more)
ILSX 900 (SW8) heads light power over the Chicago River over the old Milwaukee Road turn bridge on its way to Goose Island. This day was the end of history for the Goose Island Branch. With Chicag... (more)
Palmetto Railways working the Port of Charleston Terminal: Another cut of BMW filled racks has been unloaded at the port and now the crew is switching the empty cars for the outbound tr... (more)
CNW SW1200 1217 gets added tractive effort from BU10 while handling switching chores at Cedar Lake Yard, Minneapolis, MN. BU10 started life as CNW 1266, an Alco S-3 switch engine.
Railpictures Photographer Chris Allen Trackside at the end of the day.
Hungarian rarity in North Korea:
Between 1958 and 1965 Ganz MAVAG, Hungary, delivered 310 diesel-electric shunting locomotives to the USSR. They were all dumped by the mid 1980ies. But those 1... (more)