NECR train 608 switches out Hillandale in Franklin with only one unit today, as 3845 prepares to head back north to Willimantic.
After completing the evening last Valentine's Dinner train, both restored Geeps are now facing west at the platform, and is ready to take the train, and set it off at the yard track. Also being le... (more)
Three-year-old Maine Central GP38 261 posed at Rigby Yard in South Portland, ME, on a spring morning.
Conrail’s Cement Secondary local, WJAL-12 passes the former Lehigh & New England depot in Nazareth, Pennsylvania. The buildings to the left were originally part of Nazareth Steel Fabricators, but ... (more)
The area of Pennsylvania’s Lehigh Valley centered about Nazareth is dotted with cement quarries and mills. The largest remaining portion of the Lehigh & New England, along with a little bit of the... (more)
Detroit, Toledo, & Ironton GP38 217 switches the yard in Lima, Ohio.
The Williamsport-Berwick local with N5 caboose no. 19381 is running lite to Berwick on this trip as it passes the east end of Wanich Covered Bridge No. 69 crossing Little Fishing Creek. Later this... (more)
A look inside the cab of Fore River Transportation's 1969 GP38, which was originally built for Penn Central.
The rear-end brakeman prepares to drop off of the caboose of a loaded Monongahela coal train that has just entered the yard in West Brownsville, Pennsylvania. Meanwhile, a yard crew uncouples anot... (more)
Fore River Transportation's lone EMD unit sits inside the Quincy Shops undergoing electrical repairs on a rainy Saturday.
MEC GP38 254 (251-263); with GP7 567 (561-593).
BNSF Rock Island Local is about to depart Bettendorf for the other side of the Mississippi at Rock Island.
After sundown, with a pair of grain hoppers sitting in the set-out track, Santa Fe 3549 West roars past headed for the summit and Richmond beyond. It's rare to see a GP38 in these parts, as 4-axle... (more)
608 heads south through Coventry, slowly making their way through the S curve at Coventry Depot.
608 heads south through Stafford with two blue and gold 38’s and a widecab 40 leading. While I would have preferred another 38 as the third motor, the lighting was good and I couldn’t complain.