In 1986, the New York, Susquehanna & Western bought a gaggle of 45-seried EMD;s from the Burlington Northern, and they instantly became the backbone of the roster. Here two SD45’s and an F45 wait ... (more)
Susquehanna power idles next to the sand tower in Binghamton, New York. NYSW 1800 was one of three GP18’s acquired in 1962 to supplement the Susquehanna’s aging fleet of mid-1940’s-era RS1’s and S... (more)
New York, Susquehanna & Western C430 class unit 3000 teams with C420 2002 to move a single car past the engine house in Binghamton, New York. The high-hood C420 began its career on the Long Island... (more)
In its first season of operation, the Stourbridge Line’s ex=Bangor & Aroostook BL2 leads an excursion train through Honesdale, Pennsylvania. At the time, the freight operator of the former Erie Ho... (more)
Gliding high above the valley floor, a pair of Metro-North RDC’s cross the former Erie railroad’s Moodna Viaduct.
GE 47-Tonners N2 and N1 of MTA’s South Brooklyn Railway are typically the only locomotives that venture off of the NYCT subway property. Here they cross a pair of streetcar tracks in Brooklyn. Per... (more)
Massena Terminal’s daily train crosses the Grass River, on its way to the Conrail interchange in Massena, New York.
One of Massena Terminal’s two MP15’s heads to the engine terminal to end its day. The MSTR operates three miles of track from the Conrail (now CSX) interchange in Massena, New York, and a nearby A... (more)
I Wana Get This Train Loaded
A Wisconsin Electric train begins the flood loading process at the Blacksville Number 2 Mine in Wana, West Virginia. The Super 7’s are all on the prope... (more)
A Conrail-powered hopper train rolls alongside Tom’s Run as it approaches Pine Bank, Pennsylvania.
A Conrail-powered hopper train crosses the Monongahela’s trestle at Pine Bank, Pennsylvania.
Travelling down the Monongahela Railway’s Waynesburg & Southern branch, two clean Conrail SD40-2’s cross the trestle at Buzz, Pennsylvania.
A train of empty Wisconsin Electric hoppers rolls through Clarksville, Pennsylvania on the Monongahela Railway. The WEEX trains were always easy to spot, as they almost always had a C&NW unit with... (more)
Bringing a trainload of empties to the Loveridge Mine, two Monongahela Super7-23B’s pass through Keyport, West Virginia.
Eighteen years after the Chicago Great Western became part of the Chicago & North Western, this cushion-underframe plug-door bow car was still flying CGW colors.