A BCR RS3 # 562 Idles at the servicing area While getting a Full Cleaning By a worker including the 244 engine on a very wet day at Prince George BC. This unit was built In May 1951 as a RSC 3 (A... (more)
Green Bay and Western RS3M 305 switching Norwood Yard in Green Bay WI August 1974. The 305 was built in May 1951 and rebuilt in June 1973 with a 2000HP engine and a chopped nose. The 305 was sold ... (more)
Lehigh Valley RS3 216 in fresh experimental paint at Easton PA November 1971. The 216 was built in November 1950 and was one of two LV Diesels to get this paint scheme, the other being GP9 301. Ri... (more)
Northern Pacific RS3 858 leads another RS3 and two RS11s at Bridge Yard in downtown Duluth July 1965. Tom Smart Photo from my Collection.
Lamoille Valley chopped-nose RS3 7809 arrives at St. Albans, VT, with the freight from Morrisville. At this time the LV was utilizing trackage rights over the Central Vermont to interchange at the... (more)
Nevada Northern RS-3 prepares for the days photo related activities within the yard at the railway museum.
Batten Kill Railroad's veteran RS3 4116 heads out for Salem, NY for a day of track work.
A rainy April day finds a Jersey Central RS3 visiting one of its old haunts, pausing at the west end of Allentown Yard.
1306; Built by Montreal Locomotive Works in 1951 for Ontario Northland Railway, and retired in 1985.
The B&M engine facility for its White River Jct. VT yard was across the Connecticut River in West Lebanon, NH. On the B&M is was known as Westboro.
Two of Delaware Lackawanna's beauties bask in the afternoon
sun. The Delaware & Hudson logo on the boxcar notes the pairs' heritage.
Soldiering On: Near the conclusion of a round trip between Cargill in Salem, NY and Eagle Bridge, NY, Batten Kill Alco RS-3 #4116 leads its train across State Route 22 at Greenwich J... (more)
The Lehigh & Hudson River Railway owned thirteen Alco RS-3s that comprised its first diesel era road power. Looking like it could really use a bath, L&HR 4 idled outside the line's Warwick, NY, di... (more)
In August of 1972, a BN transfer run heads for the bridge over the Columbia River into Portland, OR. The train is departing BN's Vancouver Yard with four ex-SP&S Alco RS3s for power.