One of the once mighty Erie Mining/ LTV Steel EMD built F9(A) units, EMCO 4214 sits in the weeds in a small three track yard on Cliffs Erie property waiting to be moved off property due to being s... (more)
Born in 1956, destroyed in 2014. The biggest pieces that remain of Erie Mining F9(B) units 4223, 4224 and 4225 are their fuel tanks. Erie Mining F9(A) 4210 however has a new lease on life after be... (more)
The 0700 job returns with empties near the isolated set-out track named Reserve (named for its close proximity to the Reserve Mining mainline). F9A 4214 has been sold and is headed to a new owner.... (more)
One of two remaining F9(A) units waits to be moved off property due to a recent sale. The parts behind the 4210 are parts and pieces from the F9(B) 4223, 4224, 4225 that were recently scrapped.
One of the two remaining Erie Mining Co. F units still on the old Erie Mining Co. ( later LTV Steel and now Cliffs Erie ) property stares at the remains of her sister F9(B) units 4224, 4223, and 4... (more)
The NS OCS visits Washington Terminal; a rather rare occasion.
Spectators and volunteers look on as the NS executive F9s pull the NW 611 out and prepare to shove it back to the roundhouse for turntable photos.
The Train To Christmas Town passes through the Buena Vista Drive crossing by the historic San Andreas Schoolhouse (1861-1945) on its way to Christmas Town.
Train To Christmas Town on the way back to Watsonville passing the old San Andreas School
An empty ore train exists Cramer Tunnel on its way back to the mine. F9 4213 would be destroyed in a run-away at Taconite Harbor two years later.
Framed by a concrete arch supporting Highway 61 over the frozen Sucker River, Erie Mining 4211 leads a special passenger train to Knife River.
Northern Pacific #7012A leads a sold out Christmas train through Park Junction on the Mt. Rainier Scenic Railroad.
The Royal Canadian Pacific rolls west towards the junction
Where Rail Meets Sail! Erie #4211 is no stranger to the shipping industry, having hauled hundreds of thousands of tons of ore to the dock at Taconite Harbor over the years. Now retired, she sits b... (more)
The Rio Grande Zephyr train No. 17 rolls down the Mapleton Bench approaching Springville on May 17, 1976.