After retiring the triple-voltage Sud-Est TGVs - that were assigned to Paris-Lausanne and Bern services - from service, SNCF removed some useful parts and then sent them to storage prior to scrapp... (more)
These units seemed to retain their CSXT identities, even at this stage: 4280 became RoadMate 2355 and 4289 to 2356. Respectively, ex-C&O 3900 and 3909.
On a dreary late winter afternoon in Huntington Yard, an unusual unobstructed view allows us to capture much of the railroad's Huntington Locomotive Shops dead/storage line. Here, one particular e... (more)
Former NS go-to power is now being dismantled at the end of the line.
UP 1867 Meets the torch on a fall day.
Just a shell. Gutted on the inside.
UP 459 with fuel tank removed awaits final disposition at Denver's Stockyards in the 1980s.
The three RJ Corman locomotives destroyed by fire on 10/5 have been detrucked and moved for salvage and scrapping. From left to right are 7918, 3814, and 1605. The 1605 had just been painted in ... (more)
Many a fine locomotive has moved on to another life thru Progress Rail....
One of Milwaukee's U-Boats sits in a dead line under the new 27th Street viaduct.
Sadly, the NW2 in this picture, originally built in 1948 for Southern Railway, has recently been scrapped. Behind the NW2 sits an FP7 delivered to Milwaukee Road in 1950. There is talk of making... (more)
MRL 323 meets its end at Livngston on a beautiful day in May after serving MRL and its original owner, Southern Pacific since November 1969.