An eclectic mix of rail equipment sits on a siding track in Hamburg, New York along the Buffalo Southern Railroad. Pictured here is a former Conrail jordan spreader, Buffalo Southern Alco S2, a pa... (more)
The RF&P lettering and road number were painted over and former RF&P 54 became ACL 45. In 1967, this unit was rebuilt with an EMD powerplant and became one of the first units to be painted for t... (more)
Burlington Northern S2 912 switching the flour mills in East End Superior October 1970. The 912 was built in December 1949 as NP 712 and was retired in May 1973. Notice the cardboard taped over th... (more)
Snowy Sunday. On February 16, 2020, snow blankets the scene in Cohocton, NY on the Bath & Hammondsport Railroad. Alco S2 #14 is painted in a Lehigh Valley tribute scheme, although it never operate... (more)
Lineup of ALCo and MLW S2s and S4s await dispatch to their respective local and industrial jobs at the Lambton Yard shop tracks. Lambton Shops were, at this point was primarily used for Toronto/... (more)
Weirton Steel S2 211 lugs a string of ladle cars through Weirton Junction, West Virginia. I.m not sure of the reason for the leading derelict ladle car.
Weirton Steel S2 211 rolls through Weirton Junction, West Virginia, travelling from the slag dump to the mill.
Two Weirton Steel S2’s pull several cars of ingot molds out of one of the mill buildings in Weirton, West Virginia. For those who think that today’s post-9/11 security measures are new, the steel ... (more)
A Weirton Steel S2 brings a string of ladle cars alongside the former PRR yard in Weirton Junction, West Virginia.
Remembering the Manny: Far from home, MRS 210 is working as the switcher at ADM in Evansville. Albeit faded, and weather worn, this classic ALCo S-2 is still dressed in the classy Manufactu... (more)
Alco S2 410 sits out in front of the shop at the Belt railway of Chicago Clearing yard. This is a simple but very good Paint Scheme. Original from my collection
Chattahoochee Valley Railway (CHV) S2 #100 on the engine track. #100 was built in 1946 for northeastern shortline, Chesnut Ridge, as its #10, before being acquired by CHV
CP MLW S-2 no. 7083 relaxes between switching assignments at Thunder Bay, ON in August 1976.
Train 50 has a short consist as it arrives in Lyndonville The daily except Sunday fourth class freight worked between Newport and Wells River. It was a turn that returned as Train 51.
Today's fourth class Train 50 is powered by one of two S-2's assigned to Newport VT. The daily except Sunday fourth class freight worked between Newport and Wells River. It was a turn that retur... (more)