The Rio Grande Zephyr train No. 18 pauses briefly at the passenger station in Provo on June 6, 1976.
With only a few miles to go before returning home to Altoona, NS 956 thunders under the PRR Era signal bridge in Tipton. The OCS was returning from The Masters and will soon be off again for the K... (more)
Relaxing at the other end of the train after a long run from Atlanta, the skies started to glow and I told Casey "I think we better run up to the head end for a minute...." Photographed ... (more)
The Rio Grande Zephyr train No. 18 meets a westbound mixed freight at Soldier Summit on May 7, 1976.
The Rio Grande Zephyr train No. 18 glides east through the dual signal bridges at Geneva on May 23, 1976.
On a beautiful September 20, 1991, a LTV Mining (former Erie Mining) taconite train slowly unloads over the dock at Taconite Harbor, Minnesota. The train is pulled by EMD F9A No. 4213, GP38 No. 42... (more)
The obsolete coaling tower looms over a Louisville & Nashville train hauling pulpwood in Flomaton, Alabama, on January 27th, 1973. The lead engine is F9A 556, built by EMD in December 1956 as L&N... (more)
Towards the end of the blue hour.
The unique hogger's office of the BN1.
NS's first Blue Ribbon Special is on the first leg of a three-day trip that will run to Williamson, WV. Photographed for NS Corp.
During a fund-raiser night photo session we were treated to visit from 1218 and the Fs. As we waited for the sun to set there were a few photo opportunities.
During a fund-raiser night photo session we were treated to visit from 1218 and the Fs. Stacks at the shops rise in the background.
NS's first Blue Ribbon Special is running from Roanoke to Williamson today. The last leg of a three-day trip that began in Atlanta. Photographed for NS Corp.
A pair of F9’s in freight service is a rare sight these days. SC 1101 and SC 1102 head down Walker Street in Watsonville on their way to the interchange at the UP yard to pick up two centerbeam ca... (more)