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WSOR 4490 leads a freight south of Iron Ridge, WI in August of 1987. Little did we know at the time just how big the WSOR would become.
The last miles of the Cascapedia subdivision near Matapedia
Tradepoint Atlantic Railroad uses their SW7 switcher to switch cars at their Grays Yard, on a gloomy March morning.
A Russellville PD cruiser is first in line at the D&R crossing at a spot the railroad refers to as Bernice. The crew will be dropping that bulkhead lumber flat in a shipper's siding just ahead be... (more)
A 1982 visit to the South Branch Valley found no revenue trains, but there were crews out performing maintenance of way duties. First we encountered an Railroad: South Branch Valley RailroadLocomotive: Alco MRS-1Location: McNeill, West Virginia, USALocomotive #: SBV 28Train ID: UnknownPhoto Date: October 15, 1982
Still wearing its Iowa Interstate paint the LNAC or as I believe now days called Lucas Oil Railroad returns to Corydon after interchanging cars with the NS at Corydon Junction.
A train of Arizona fire salvage logs departs Wendel for Susanville. This was our chase on the day before Winterail 2003.
No need to guess what fallen flag railroad this GP50 was acquired from, none other than the Chicago & North Western by the presence of that nose mounted bell. The “Big Daddy” as it’s called is on... (more)
I believe this was are third attempt at trying to catch the Apache Alco's. We finally got our train in August of 1992. 83, 84, 81 depart for Snowflake after interchanging with the Santa Fe in Holb... (more)
On a hot summer afternoon, Eureka Southern's road freight meets the North Coast Daylight at Fort Seward. The crews will swap trains and return to their home terminal.
Red Springs & Northern #104 brings it train across a bridge south of Red Springs, NC in this 1983 scene.
Winifrede #13 working near Winifrede, WV in the late spring of 1972.
Two SW1's and an SW7 are tied down at the enginehouse across the river from Dardanelle, AR in 1981. Both 16 and 17 (the SW7) were formerly C&EI units.