A FWRHS volunteer works on a classification lighting issue during MEmber's Day 2019.
Two classic beauties with great lines share the same space during the Fort Wayne Railroad Historical Society's Members Day.
Today's CFE03 has a leader that's something other than G&W orange. IORY 5678 still sports its original Canadian Pacific red, and you can still see the CP logo bleeding through the nose patch.
NS 35N, sporting the Central of Georgia heritage unit in the lead, resumes its journey west through downtown Fort Wayne.
NS DC to AC conversion unit #4000 leads the NS 21A through Fort Wayne on the former Wabash Line, passing the NS Nickel Plate Road heritage unit. The NS Nickel Plate Road heritage unit had been tie... (more)
In the last ray of sunlight, NS 9944 leads a loaded coal train through the S-curve into downtown Fort Wayne.
Illuminated by street lights, new and old crew exchange information directly west of Fort Wayne yard.
Creeping up to a crew change, Norfolk Southern Conrail Heritage unit #8098 heads up an unexpected 23Q.
Hauling a load of sailboat fuel, Norfolk Southern Conrail Heritage Unit #8098 leads a Kansas City Southern #4054 and a consist of empty well cars through Fort Wayne and begins to head out of the c... (more)
A Norfolk Southern train passes under the storm clouds on the Fostoria District.
A BNSF locomotive leads a Norfolk Southern tanker train just outside of Fort Wayne with a rainbow.
NS L05 cruise through Fort Wayne, Indiana on the elevated tracks of the former Nickel Plate Road. This was also part of the Nickel Plate passenger platform.
1955: Nickel Plate Road conductor D.A. Popp eyes the crowd atop the newly finished railroad elevation during a special celebration on October 4th, 1955 where Berkshire no. 767 has just broken the ... (more)
The fireman hangs in the window as 765 gets up to speed through Roanoke Indiana