Frank Bottoni Jr. was an Engineer for the Milwaukee Road. I fired for Frank on and off from 1968-72 in the freight pool between Milwaukee and Portage,WI.. Frank went Firing 9-14-46 and I went Firi... (more)
I'm Firing for Milwaukee Road Engineer Harry Gust. We're eastbound at the end of double track about to go through the turnout for the single track through the tunnel at Tunnel City. Harry hired ou... (more)
A very kind Iranian railroader proudly strikes a pose for the photographer on his 31 years-old but still great-looking locomotive (built in Korea by Hyundai under EMD license).
Four-legged Traindriver assistant. Train's driver with his dog named Bucks moves TU6D narrow gauge locomotive at peateries of Mezinovsky narrow gauge railway in Vladimir region. D... (more)
UNKNOWN ENGINEER The slide is stamped March 1972. No other info.
This must be the engineer of an Amtrak (ex- Santa Fe) passenger train with AT&SF F7A 301C or 301L. He is sitting pretty ... (more)
Milwaukee Road Engineer Don Amby at the controls of a French Turboliner coming into Sturtevant,WI..
Engineer Edwin Kiel running a westbound Milwaukee Road freight train between Milwaukee and Watertown,WI..
Engineer Frank Bottoni Jr. running a westbound Milwaukee Road freight train between Milwaukee and Portage,WI..
Soo Line GP30 #700 rolls over a trestle across a creek between Duluth and Two Harbors, Minnesota on the North Shore Scenic Railroad.
Early in the morning
You've seen the outside of the beautiful 311 - well - the interior is seen here as we moved the unit into position along the Lake Champlain waterfront. One of the VRS 'family' is seen at the thro... (more)