The Western Maryland Spring Grove switcher passes the freight house as it drills the P.H. Glatfelter paper mill in Spring Grove, Pennsylvania. Anybody who has been to a paper mill town knows the o... (more)
Three merger painted Santa Fe units GE C30-7 8055, F45 5959, blue/yellow GP38-2 2379 and GP30 2780 at Cleburne, Texas.
Rarin' to go: A six pack of Minturn helpers are cut-in to an eastbound manifest and ready to shove up the Eagle River canyon and into the high country across Tennessee Pass. What a piece of railro... (more)
Reading Lines Alco C-630 no.5306(3000hp). Date Built 6/66-10/67 Numbered 5300-5311.
Reading Lines EMD GP35 no.6502, and Alco C424 No.5210
C&O F7(A) no.7004 sports an experimental paint scheme applied in 1960 to simplify the paint schemes, yet providing good visibility of the units at grade crossings. Two F7As nos.7004 and 7068, and ... (more)
Norfolk & Western F7(A) 3660 ex-Wabash 1156A, the railroad inherited 103 F7As of Wabash heritage from the 1964 merger with that railroad. Photo part of my slide collection, no photographer liste... (more)
Classic high-hood NS
A Burlington Northern coal train snakes along the edge of the North Platte River through Wendover Canyon between Wendover and Cassa, Wyoming, on July 18, 1985. Five locomotives, elephant-style, po... (more)
Missouri Pacific SD40s Nos. 3088 and 3080, along with SD40-2 No. 3134 rest at Yard Center locomotive facility at Dolton, Illinois, on September 15, 1985.
Three new Mo-Pac Truck Lines, Inc. International tractors wait to go to work at Missouri Pacific’s Yard Center intermodal yard at Dolton, Illinois, on September 15, 1985.
After rush hour and the vestiges of the westbound passenger fleet – Nos. 31 and 49, "The Spirit of St. Louis" and "The Broadway Limited" - had departed, freight activity on the... (more)
Reading Lines RR EMD SW1500's numbered 2750-2770. (2761-2770 with Flexicoil trucks). The first batch 2750-2760 with AAR switcher trucks.
Penn Central U33C's numbered 6540-6563. (3300hp)
A Western Pacific GP35 shunts cars near Denver Union Station. I never made it out to the WP, but the Union Pacific provided a few units for me to see while in Denver.