Built by Baldwin-Westinghouse in May 1927, #60045, as Red River Lumber Co. #203. After an accident, it was rebuilt as a box-cab locomotive . In 1944 it was sold to Central California Traction as ... (more)
Ex Pacific Electric being restored at Ferroclub Lynch facilities.
The electric locomotive Baldwin-Westinghouse, E-2803 built in USA in 1922 is transferred from the city of Limache to Santiago. The especial train is pulled for the locomotive General Electric, D-... (more)
Another timeless workday on the Iowa Traction begins with a pickup off the ICE interchange (seen on the right track), motor #54 with it's distinctive headlamps backs into the siding where sister #... (more)
The Iowa Traction brings scrap loads off the UP interchange to Behr's.
The classic IATR view at AGP. The photo charter is over and the railfan contingent has departed excepting a couple stragglers including yours truly facinated by this 1920's throwback on a workday... (more)
One of the few (if not the only) remaining standard gauge, Baldwin-Westinghouse, 3 axle, electric locomotive, sits abandoned deep in the woods of the Anthracite Coal Region. Railroad: Philadelphia & Reading Coal & Iron CompanyLocomotive: Baldwin-WestinghouseLocation: Locust Summit, Pennsylvania, USALocomotive #: UnknownTrain ID: UnknownPhoto Date: January 03, 2009
Restored Armco Steel switcher resides in Operable condition at PRT