Half of the Frankfort & Cincinnati’s Alco switcher roster exits the engine house to begin the day’s work. Three S2’s and an S4 were brought to the F&C when the Pinsley interests bought the line in... (more)
L&N Extra 319 South--a Corbin to Lynch, KY turnaround job--stops at Loyall, KY in observance of the train order signal at the stop position. The engineer is inside signing for a Form 31 train orde... (more)
Beside the bridge 60 tower, a five loco consist is spliting for the day's jobs.
3 hi-hood Alco's bring a loaded ore train into the C&NW yard in Escanaba on a beautiful August day in 1984.
The East Tennessee and Western North Carolina’s daily train passes a modest truck patch just beginning to sprout in this May, 1982 view.
The usual gaggle of Alcos fronts L&N's daytime Norton, VA to Corbin, KY through freight number 66. This was a time of transition in the company's diesel liveries, so you see examples of the origin... (more)
Southern was fond of shuttling all types of road freight units from the Carolinas down to Pegram Shop in Atlanta for inspections or running repairs. The best way to get them there was to stack the... (more)
"ALCOs Under the Cutoff"
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.
Surely the second most beautiful thing in Daylight colors after the road’s celebrated 4-8-4’s, a matched set of Alco PA’s and PB’s basks outside Southern Pacific’s West Oakland Diesel Shop on a go... (more)
The Green Bay and Western’s Winona train sets out a cut of covered hoppers at Blair Wisconsin. Lead C424 319 began life as PRR 2415, and ended up on the Livonia, Avon & Lakeville.
"Upgrade at Cresco"
PT97 is rounding the curve into East Stroudsburg and will soon pass under Route 80 on its westbound return to Scranton.
Ernakulam WDM 3A hauls Alappuzha-Kannur express
On a humid, overcast April morning in1965, Rock Island FA-1 141 and a companion work their way along Kansas City Terminal tracks near Van Brunt Boulevard with an endless string of refrigerator car... (more)