Built for the National de Mexico railway, Alco C424 #B906, along six sister units, was delivered instead to the Wabash, which was short on power. A road crew and a couple of hostlers, with whom I ... (more)
Wabash EMD GP35s numbered 540-547.
Inside the cab of Wabah 1189 at the Monticello Railway Museum. It's fascinating to imagine the broad vistas along the Wabash and expanded post 1964 N&W system that could have been seen out these ... (more)
A Wabash freight moved slowly through Albia, Iowa with two F7As in August of 1957. Photo taken from my slide collection, photographer unknown.
Wabash Alco FA-1 805 with an EMD F7(A) 635 and two GP9s. Photo taken from my slide collection, no photographer Listed.
Wabash GE U25B 508 with five F7s and other U25B.
Wabash Alco FA-1 1201 and FB-1 with two F7(A)s near Oakwood, Michigan January 08, 1961
Wabash second generation diesel era with GE U25B's #500-514, utilizing trucks and traction motors from 15 older Alco FA's and FB's Photographer H. Goerke. RL Collection.
VMT's newly restored Wabash E8.
Wabash train #111 The Banner Blue (Chicago to St. Louis)with Alco PA-1 #1020 and #1020A stopped at Delmar station 5.6 miles from Union Station. Photo taken from my slide collection, photographer A... (more)
Getting their money's worth -- these two Alco FA units 822 and 823 were two of the last four remaining on Wabash's roster at the time of this April 10, 1965 photo at Kansas City, Mo.
Wabash F7 659 sits with others at Ft. Erie in late afternoon sun. This is a Canadian-built F7.