The Chesapeake & Indiana heads south across the former NKP in Thomaston with a pair of former DMIR SD-M's for power.
Before the Potomac Eagle
When the State of West Virginia purchased the B&O line from Green Spring to Morefield, It found a pair of army surplus MRS1’s to power the South Branch Va... (more)
GBW #320 switches the boat train in Kewaunee while the ferry Arthur Atkinson awaits an uncertain fate. Sadly, this area is all condos now.
An elder portion of downtown Anderson sits empty and dilapidated on a warm morning in late spring as the Pickens Railroad Belton job heads back east to Belton after interchanging with the Anderson... (more)
Pickens Railroad U18B's #9500 & #9502 bring the train from Gluck into Anderson where it will be interchanged with Norfolk Southern. The three man crew was friendly but focused on accomplishing the... (more)
Georgia Northeastern GP18 #8705 brings two covered hoppers up the grade leading into Tate,GA off the Marble Hill branch passing the old Georgia Marble handcar shed.
GBW 323 leads a short Boat Train into Kewaunee, WI on a nice Fall day in 1986. Hardly a trace of this line remains today.
Wearing its fourth paint scheme, Black River and Western RS3 1554 stands near the engine house in Ringoes, New Jersey. The Alco began life as Jersey Central 1554, wearing the CNJ’s green scheme wi... (more)
The East Tennessee and Western North Carolina’s daily train passes a modest truck patch just beginning to sprout in this May, 1982 view.
Done with its work in Elizabethton, the East Tennessee and Western North Carolina’s daily train is returning to the Clinchfield interchange in Johnson City.
Shortly before running a unit ethanol train to Pelzer, GRLW crews are seen moving cars around the yard in Cheddar, SC while CSX motive power idles to the side awaiting future use.
Green Bay & Western RS11 #309 is nearing its final destination of Kewaunee with a Boat Train in December of 1987. She will soon be switching cars off the carferry at the dock.
Beech Mountain Alco S4 #115 makes its final shove on a string of CSX loaded hoppers past the engine house while making a double to the first set of loaded hoppers from earlier in the day. The Coa... (more)
Two of the Dardenelle and Russellville's antique switchers, a SW1 and S1 respectively, rest by the railroad's main office in Dardanelle.