One of the two high hooded GP9's on the Greenville & Western RR roster sits attached to their caboose, passenger car, and Aiken RR caboose as it rests in the GRLW Belton Yard.
HMCR's high-nose B23-7 sits by Heart of Huntsville drive before sunrise on April 16, 2016.
Dust, dirt and exhaust fly as W&LE GP35-3 #106 leads WE212 through Avella, Pa.
After almost two days of rain(6-8in.) and the Mississippi river at flood stage the Nitrin Local is southbound at Port Byron,IL. on the east bank. The chase car is ready for the 10mph dash to East ... (more)
The old N&W corporate offices provide an fitting backdrop to an NRHS directors special returning from a round trip to Bluefield.
BN 1941 and 1891 at Bemidji in this shot from my collection. With the huge amount of units from NP/GN/CB&Q/SP&S that BN inherited on merger day in 1970 it was a number of years until they all ende... (more)
This evening, I found the scribbled notes from the day Sonny Burchfield and I chased this train. They had been squirreled away in a box of "junk" for 47 years, but amazingly, the notes were still ... (more)
Hoods Two of the 257 GP38-2 locomotive models that Southern Railway purchased in the early 70s sit coupled nose to nose and show off the obvious difference between how a high-hood and shor... (more)
Southern painted U23B #3921 leading an eastbound through Newport, TN in the fall of 1986.
Southern painted GP30 #2588 and NS painted GP38-2 #5188 at Bulls Gap, TN || June 1986
Southern Rwy GP7 and GP30 resting at Raleigh, NC || April 1975
Southern (former NS) GP18 #7 awaiting a fresh coat of Southern Railway paint at Chattanooga. The high nose had been added in Atlanta and the engine was moved to Chattanooga for painting.
By June of 1984, the Union Pacific rostered only one active EMD GP7. My dad and I received a call from a UP hogger that UP 121 was headed our way on a local freight from Salt Lake City. We arrived... (more)
Working the Raritan Center Industrial Park, RCRY 7545 slowly crosses Fieldcrest Ave. as it makes its way back to Raritan Central Yard.
On a hot, rainy August afternoon, 8210 - with mismatched number boards - leads four more early geeps and a westbound freight through downtown Greeneville.