When Geeps were king. CNR 4580, resplendent in her green and gold paint, is westbound on the approach to Bayview Jct. By this time, the CN noodle paint scheme is starting to infiltrate the... (more)
The cold air makes for a fine display of smoke and steam from CNR 4-8-4 #6218 near Branchton, ON.
CNR 6218 struts her stuff with a special train of green and gold passenger cars across the Desjardins Canal bridge enroute to Niagara Falls, ON in 1967. A picture similar to this may well have be... (more)
A pair of Pennsy RS-3's shove a coal drag eastbound at Silver Creek, NY in the summer of 1967.
LV #200 shoves a caboose past three RS11's at Sayre, PA.
LV #200 was the only Baldwin Road Switcher on the Lehigh Valley diesel roster. The brick station in Sayre was built in 1881 and is preserved today by the Sayre Historical Society who have a 99 ye... (more)
Lehigh Valley #400 was the first of four low nose RS-11's on the roster. She is seen here basking in the sun on a service track in Sayre Yard.
Lehigh Valley RS-2 #213 is idling below the footbridge in Sayre, PA. Everything seen in this picture is now a "Fallen Flag"
Check out the mixture of equipment on this train. GM&O E7A 101 leads a Milwaukee E9A followed my a hodge-podge of passenger cars.
A pair of Burlington E's are in charge of a fast moving passenger train on the "Race Track" through Aurora, IL.
Milw 100C is in charge of a very short passenger train seen here heading south at MP 40.2
B&O F7A 4563 and a Geep shove hard on the tail end of an eastbound freight as it heads toward Meyersdale, PA and the Sand Patch grade.
Three ALCO C430 Demontrators are running here on the New York Central trackage in Angola, NY.
PRR GG-1 4934 is heading for New York City. This train caught me by surprise.
PRR GG-1 4906 exits the tunnel from New York City at track speed.