A switch crew has a caboose and two extremely beaten-up gondolas in tow.
CP crew change time at Smiths Falls, Ontario in July of 1987. At the time, the speeders, like the one seen on the left, were still used for track patrol.
Southern 2544 leads five more GP30s, plus a GP35 and a GP38 on an eastbound train.
UP E9 939 and sisters have been relegated to MOW service on this cold winter early 1970s day in Ogden, UT. Kodachrome, Photographer: Keith Ardinger, John E. Troxler Collection
GP30 and GP38 2771 power the westbound local - with lots of pulpwood flats, as usual - out of Opelika.
Westbound at Green River, Wyoming. This was one of the third generation of UP gas turbines, and the only one I can remember seeing. Note the SD24B behind it, also rare! In the background is Gre... (more)
Taken from the nose of a BL2, the Monon has placed its caboose in position for a return drag home to Hammond after dropping off a transfer to the BRC's Clearing Yard. Tom Golden photo.
After the passage of NE-87, LV NE-1 passes under the Route 145 bridge as it departs Treichlers, PA on March 6, 1976. Ted Steinbrenner Photo.
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)
SOO SW-1 320 crosses Fox River. 320 was local switcher kept at 1 stall engine house in Oshkosh. The 320 is now at the Duluth Museum in SOO black scheme.
Joyce Norton Photo
After the hostler cleared the turntable at Bethlehem, Pennsylvania with a pair of Lehigh Valley RS11’s , he opened the th... (more)
The Lehigh Valley Railroad slipped into oblivion seven years prior to this mid 1983 scene at Lehighton, Pennsylvania, but it still carries a distinct presence. The yard at Lehighton, which was lar... (more)
The busy [period at Brockville, Ontario extended past the departure of the Ottawa section of an eastbound train. An more)