Back-to-back E7s #531 and #535 guide the 'South Wind' through the complex trackage at Chicago's Union Station on July 24, 1964. The every-other-day Chicago to Florida 'South Wind' drew power ... (more)
An era sadly gone from American railroading is depicted in this scene of cabooses of two L&N freights passing at Appalachia, VA in 1974 during a light snow fall. The train in the siding (left) is ... (more)
A lone Clinchfield GE U36C sits in the yard in Spartanburg, SC. In just a year from now, this unit and the 6 others that the Clinchfield took delivery of in 1971 to help ease a power shortage, wou... (more)
Snow day in Appalachia-1966: Train 66 makes a quick pick up of interchange cars before continuing its run to Corbin, KY. The small cloud of exhaust smoke drifting away most likely was generated by... (more)
The head brakeman is making the joint after a quick set-off of a few interchange cars to the Southern at Appalachia. As soon as the train brakes are pumped off, train 865 will continued the last t... (more)
Derailment of a C&NW freight near South Beaver Dam,WI..
A former Rio Grande office building located on 5th Street near South Avenue in Grand Junction, Colorado.
An SP coal shuttle rambles along the North Fork Branch through rural Delta County east of Austin. The 44 car train, originating in Grand Junction, will load at Somerset.
Derailment near South Beaver Dam,WI. on the Milwaukee/Adams mainline.
Erie-built FM's, PRR class FF20 in the service rack at Columbus mated in A-B-A configuration
J1a #6403 poses for a picture at Columbus. It was likely part of the PRR motive power force defending the turf on the Sandusky coal trains v. the 11 Santa Fe 2-10-4's brought in to augment the fl... (more)
Put out of business by FREDs Dozens of Union Pacific cabooses are stored near UP’s shop in Omaha, Nebraska, in July 1983. For most, their fate is not good…