RS1 5645 switches the yard In Juarez
Looking like a Rutland local of the early 1950s, the Green Mountain Railroad's classic excursion train prepares to depart Bellows Falls, VT, behind RS-1 400.
A timeless scene on a beautiful summer afternoon. As the former Rutland war wagon does some work train duty with ballast cars beside Lisai's Market after returning the Green Mountain Flyer back ... (more)
VTR 402 started out life as Rutland 402 and was part of the start-up fleet of locomotives on the Vermont Railway in 1964. It was sold to the Sabine River and Northern Railroad in 1972.
LAL RS-1 #20 sits on the yard lead while the engineer and conductor go over their train orders for the night. Taken during the RGVRM with lighting provided by Steve Barry.
The sun has yet to burn off the fog as the 405 is taken out of the roundhouse. This venerable Alco product started out as Rutland 405, built in 1951, and sixty-eight years later still is on the r... (more)
In the twilight of their service lives, four RS-1s - including one repainted in orange and white - congregate at West End Yard. In a few months, ICG will bring in a motley crew of old geeps to ta... (more)
1051's beautiful coat of GM&O red is almost shot - faded to a sickly pink in some places, sluffing off to reveal the original Illinois Terminal green in others.
Peaceful night at Quakertown. The restored depot of the Quakertown Train Station Historical Society in Quakertown, PA hosts a variety of community activities, but passenger service on the former R... (more)
Catskill Mountain Railroads RS-1 sits quietly in the afternoon sunlight.
Unit was working in A yard
The LA&L conductor guides an RS-1 through the interchange to make a pickup on a warm summer night.
Taken at the night photo session at the Rochester & Genesee Valley Railroad Museum wi... (more)