There was once a time when local kids could hang out at small town stations manned by a friendly agent and catch the action. At Milldale, CT, on the New Haven's Canal Line branch, these guys were ... (more)
As a young railfan supervises, the crew of New Haven Railroad local freight NX-18 out of Plainville, CT, switches at Milldale station on the now-abandoned Canal Line branch. An SW1200 was the regu... (more)
Two very old workhorses sit behind the massive Gavilon grain elevator in Saginaw, TX awaiting their next switch job. SW1200 No. 134 is remarkably still in its Denver and Rio Grande Western paint a... (more)
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Wilmington Terminal Railway #1204 shoves a cut of cars past the Port of Wilmington headed towards the last industry at the end of their line.
Sequatchie Valley Railroad SW1500 1205 is slowly leading a seven car consist through downtown South Pittsburg, TN, as the train head north on the old NC&StL Jasper branch for the Ply Gem Siding Gr... (more)
A pair of Kansas City Terminal EMD SW1200s pull a train toward the narrows at West Bottoms in Kansas City, Missouri, on September 14, 1990. KCT’s Old Union Depot Interlocking tower is visible in t... (more)
Three locomotives sit outside Burlington Northern’s Belknap Street roundhouse in Superior, Wisconsin, on October 19, 1985. A couple of radial tracks off the turntable at this former Great Northern... (more)
ETRY 214 leads a single loaded propane car towards the Broadway St crossing. The short train is running along the railroads lightweight mainline bound for Suburban Propane and Johnson City Chemica... (more)
East Penn Railroad's Bristol crew utilizes SW-1200 #52 to haul loaded hopper cars towards the Tastykake plant and is seen passing the former PRR Station in downtown Oxford
East Penn Railroad's Bristol crew utilizes SW-1200 #52 to switch the Tastykake plant just East of Oxford
East Penn Railroad's Bristol crew utilizes SW-1200 #52 to switch out hoppers to be taken to the Tastykake plant just East of Oxford
ETRY 214 heads rushes back to the company yard with quite a hefty train behind them.