Photog Unknown....from my collection.
The power dispatchers on the Delaware & Hudson sometimes seemed to forget that their Potomac Yard trains reversed direction in Allentown, Pennsylvania. Here train RPPY is seen at Belt Line Junctio... (more)
Rolling though Kittredge, Illinois, in November 1984, is a westbound Milwaukee Road freight train powered by a trio of EMD GP40 locomotives. Kittredge, on the Chicago to Savanna main line, is the ... (more)
The Montreal to Selkirk transfer job approaches CP-SK on it's return trip back to Kenwood Yard on the Albany Secondary Branch after swapping trains at Selkirk Yard. Note the two trailing Vermont R... (more)
Getting a load out of Claremont Paper. As the cars got heavier and the engines more tired, it was sometimes necessary to use two locomotives to get up this grade and around this tight curve. It co... (more)
Two railroad stations served Mexico City in 1964, bright, modern Buenavista station for National de Mexico’s standard gauge patrons, and across town the 1878-built San Lazaro, terminal for a remna... (more)
Passing the semaphores that marked the west end of old Comstock siding, a train heads for Roseburg on the Siskiyou Line.
We're parked in the Waukesha Industrial Park where not even the TM could find us. Conductor Jim Bottoni has just finished feeding us a meal of venison steaks and Italian spaghetti cooked on the st... (more)
There are few freight cars that are more distinctive than the B&O’s “wagontop” box cars. Conceived out of the necessity to replace older double-sheathed boxcars with steel ones, the class M15K wag... (more)
Bow Coal at Jeff Junction - 2
The Bow Coal train has pulled past the operator’s shanty at Jefferson Junction... (more)
An eastbound about to stop for a crew change.
Illinois Central ultimately acquired the very first SD45 produced by EMD. Prototype SD45 4351 became IC 7000 in January 1971. The 7000 lasted until 1987, when it was scrapped.
I purchased this 1950s era photo in the early to mid 1970s at a Chicago area train show / swap meet event. The seller was not the photographer. Photographer unknown.
Mason City to Calmer turn having just toped the grade a nice set of MILW SD10s all matching paint looked great.