Ontario Midland ALCo RS-11 number 36 and RS-36 number 408 work their way southbound through Sodus Center during a May rainstorm. Both locomotives were needed for a large pickup from CSX in Newark.... (more)
Alco Rs11 401 of the Toledo Peoria and Western rests outside the roundhouse In East Peoria in the summer of 1977. the Unit is in the roads old Green and White Colors at the time only Two or thre... (more)
"Running Safe into ES"
Kankakee, Beaverville & Southern Alco locomotives, RS11 No. 321 and C420 No. 315, sit in front of the railroad’s shop at Iroquois Junction, Illinois, on April 24, 1993.
After returning from Pleasant Valley with one load from NS, the SVRR local goes into the siding in Weyers Cave to run around to the front of its train and continue south to Staunton
With one load from NS, the SVRR makes its way back south through Weyers Cave. It will couple to the rest of its train shortly down the tracks at Augusta Co-Op.
The SVRR local starts its trip back south after picking up one car and dropping off one car for NS.
The SVRR local makes its way back towards the yard as it passes by the local State Police HQ with their ex-N&W RS11 in charge
Shenandoah Valley Railroad local operated by the DVGR with the Alco RS11 367 proceeds south back to their yard in Staunton, Va after working Quarles in Verona, Va.
Kankakee, Beaverville & Southern Alco RS11 Nos. 321 and 318 switch cars at Iroquois Junction, Illinois, on April 24, 1993. The power is on the old New York Central line to Lafeyette, Indiana, whil... (more)
The Falls Road train, lead by ALCo RS-11 number 1802 has cut its train in half to facilitate a switching move at Western New York Energy in Medina, NY.
GVT ALCos 1802 (RS11) and 2035 (RS32) head eastbound through Knowsville, NY with a large train that required both units. Most of the train were storage tank cars that were dropped off in Medina.
"Would've Saved Time If You Just Waited"
Tennessee Central Alco RS-11 304, and in a new paint scheme TC RS-3 249 at Nashville, Tennessee. Photo from my collection, no photographer's name on slide.
Two Lehigh Valley RS-2's off the daily turn operated between Sayre, PA and Binghamton move past the yard engine.