A New Generation of Locomotive Technology to Call Redondo Home. As the sun inches closer to the horizon to bring another day in Los Angeles to an end, a pair of Amtrak California-painted SC... (more)
The first two Siemens SC-44 "Charger" locomotives to arrive in Los Angeles for service on the Pacific Surfliner's bask in the morning light at Redondo Junction as they pose next to an Amtrak veter... (more)
American Motive Power Inc. had a Trackmobile and their home constructed shop switcher, constructed from a variety of locomotive parts that were on hand, completing what they jokingly call a SW10.5... (more)
American Motive Power Inc. constructed their own shop switcher from a variety of locomotive parts that were on hand, completing what they jokingly call a SW10.5 in 2008. There is no frame number ... (more)
Conductor side view... Introducing the newest American Motive Power Inc. GP38M-3 remanufactured locomotive, LTEX 3823. Rebuilt from the frame up using base model LTEX GP35u 2574, the LTEX 3823 ha... (more)
Introducing the newest American Motive Power Inc. GP38M-3 remanufactured locomotive, LTEX 3823. Rebuilt from the frame up using base model LTEX GP35u 2574, the LTEX 3823 has an all new prime move... (more)
Engineman Joe Fox. WW&F Engineman Joe Fox carefully watches the water glass as he runs the right-side injector on Locomotive #9, during a morning steam-up in the Sheepscot Yard.
Tanking in Wiscasset. The morning sun filters through the woods to the east, as WW&F Locomotive #9 takes on water in the Wiscasset Yard before heading to the Wiscasset Station to begin the ... (more)
Scrapping the WW&F. It's 1936 and the Wiscasset, Waterville & Farmington Railway has been out of business for 3 long years. Salvage crews are finally in the process of lifting the rails th... (more)
FIAT Model 7131 railcar gets a bath of the early morning Summer sun at the Locomotive (and railcar) Depot at Haedo. Even being a Sarmiento Railroad depot, the General Roca RR-owned railcars (as CM... (more)
Indiana Harbor Belt Gibson Yard scene in 1984. View east from Indy Blvd nine span steel bridge.
An old soldier soldiers on. After completing morning servicing, EBT locomotives would typically back down the roundhouse lead all the way to the south yard switch. There, they would switch ... (more)