BSOR 5010 takes 2 cars south to Hamburg after running north with 20 storage cars earlier in the day.
DLW 3604 switches the yard in Buffalo, NY in June of 1993.
Freight action on the Northeast Corridor finds an RS-11 powered local passing a freight that's about to enter Waverly Yards in Newark. PC 7627 was built in 1957 and was retired within a year of C... (more)
A quartet of DWP RS11s are joined by a Milwaukee Road SD40-2 on a rainy day at their West Duluth yard in October 1982. In 2 years the yard would be vacated and moved to Pokegama, WI south of Super... (more)
On a flawless summer afternoon in the Redwood Empire, California Western's passenger train returns to the depot after turning on the wye at Willits. Cars for the "North Coast Daylight" ... (more)
Shenandoah Valley's #367 Alco with 9 loaded soy cars, just south of the old depot in Pleasant Valley, is en-route to to interchange with Chesapeake Western. To us locals, you can never get enough ... (more)
Vintage diesels still pull revenue freight... Shenandoah Valley Railroad's N&W-inspired Alco RS11 No. 367 and C&O-inspired EMD GP9 No. 5940 span the SVRR's largest trestle at Verona as they... (more)
Far from it's usual rails, ex Central Vermont RS-11 is stationed in Scranton.
Shenandoah Valley Railroad RS11 #367 leads a cut of tank cars across the Middle River as it accelerates north away from Verona, Virginia.
Not a T6 but an its an Alco on the Chesapeake Western RR once again! Shenandoah Valley's #367 has just interchanged with the Chesapeake Western at the Pleasant Valley depot and is heading south ba... (more)
Later Central Vermont repainted DW&P Alco RS-11 3601 loaner/lease unit in their Forest Green and Yellow scheme during post 1977 period.
After turning on the wye at Willits Yard, California Western's passenger train returns to the depot. The consist of the North Coast Daylight is parked in the background.
Both ferries are in as GBW 309 goes about it's chores switching the boat train in Kewaunee, WI in May of 1973. Russ Porter original from my collection.
The Maine Central purchased two Alco RS11’s in 1956. One went to subsidiary Portland Terminal, and one went to the parent company. Within six months, PTM 1082 became MEC 802, reunited with sister ... (more)