5300 was the flagship of the RDG Alco 630s.
Dozens of narrow gauge hopper cars sit and rust after being seemingly abandoned for nearly half a century. Note the trees growing through the cars! The Earth reclaims. I've always wanted to get... (more)
The Penn Central, hated by many-loved by few. Apparently hated by someone so much that it warranted putting a bullet right through the "heart" of one of the mating worms.
The original routing of the Lehigh Valley Railroad's Main Line lies in ruins through the town of Metuchen. This right of way was acquired in 1875 and survived in various forms until its service a... (more)
Here is an antique Ford highrail used by the Union Transportation Co on a storage track. Viewer Bill McBride adds this info from John Brinkmann's book on the Pembroke line: "Sometime in the early... (more)
The turntable sits unused at New Eqypt. The Pemberton and Hightstown Railroad aka The Pennsylvania and Atlantic Railroad was a 25-mile line that lasted up to 1981. There is a nice history of the... (more)
Pennsy supplied the equipment to Union Transportation Company and their Pemberton and Hightstown Railroad, here's another view of the property.
Pennsy supplied the equipment to Union Transportation Company and their Pemberton and Hightstown Railroad, this cabin replaced a combine in 1938.
By 1972 the roundhouse was gone and soon the truntable would go. These RS3's, SW and E unit would find a new home in the middle of the classification yard near the old hump at a new facility.
Old NW caboose spotted on the partially abandoned Pond Creek Branch, which at one time served Henry Ford's mines at Stone , KY.
The numberboard on the signal reads "88". The smokestack on the right of the signal reads "Taylor". This is a scene of the Bel-Del branch during the industrial era when smokestacks still smoked.
A view in Hightstown looking south on the branch up from Pemberton.
Former DMR, BN, NS, SP, UP, CNW, and WC units are all visible here, among all the other unknown shortlines.
Spotted at the end of the Delorme Branch, this switcher has seen better days. Lettered Kentucky Ohio Transportation...
Old box cars that were used in interplant movements prior to 1968. The box cars and yard were unused and left like this until the early 80's. In fact the connecting Wrentham branch was torn up bef... (more)