Save the Station – The Raritan River Railroad Historical Society and Milltown Historical Society are teaming up to raise funds to move and preserve the only remaining station of the Rari... (more)
A profile shot of the Jordan Spreader stored at the Denver BNSF engine servicing facility shows the no-frills, utilitarian form.
An excavator on a Herzog slot train works to clear a drainage prior to snow melting.
RIP Huell Howser - The rail line through the Carrizo Gorge was constructed starting in 1906 and it opened in 1919. Here, an old Santa Fe hopper stands on a siding at Goat Canyon next to ... (more)
Ballast cleaner drifts west on main three to begin work in their out of service area between CP Leets and East Conway.
CP 414501 is a 250-ton self-propelled wreck crane built by Industrial Brownhoist. It is preserved at Exporail. For more train photos, click more)
A rebuilt SOO pole truck sits next to the Nahant Round House turntable. I remember these trucks both on the Milwaukee and the SOO and they would drive them along the pole lines to reset a pole. Th... (more)
This new spreader-ditcher from Harsco has been busy this winter keeping Marias Pass open. BNSF 939800.
A GN logo helps identify the heritage of these two flangers, which apparently haven't seen service this winter based on the accumulation of snow of their roofs. Built in December 1936, these were ... (more)
Built in 1931 this 12-ton Mack is used as the shop switcher at the Lake Superior Railroad Museum. Known as the "flying outhouse" this little diesel was restored for the museum by Reserve Mining an... (more)
A new (2013) Harsco spreader-ditcher is getting good use winging back heavy snow on Marias Pass. Tied down for the weekend, the plow and its work train power will be back at it on Monday.
Rio Grande's well maintained Bantam 'Rail Roader' crane D40 takes some time off at Riverton on Sept. 2, 1993.
Electrical Line Dept.
The Builders plate reads " OF Jordan CO. Spreader, Flanger, Scraper, Bank Builder, and Snow Plow." It was bought new by the NN in 1917, I think originally the cab was wooden and the railroad built... (more)
Iowa Traction 54 crosses South Eisenhower Ave heading for Clear Lake Junction.