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Photo ID: 415609

Don’t let the 1953 cast date fool you, this product from American Steel Foundry can still move as evident by the rotating roller bearings in the journal box housings while it supports the loaded r... (more)

Railroad: CSX Transportation (CSXT)
Locomotive: Couplers
Location: Thorsby, Alabama, USA
Locomotive #: CSXT 8531
Train ID: CSX W022
Photo Date: April 08, 2012


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By: Frank Orona

Added: Nov 21, 2012

Views: 3,843
Comments: 1

Favorited: 14

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Photo ID: 413029

A pair of Bi-level auto racks and the Type E/F couplers that connect them together glide through the greenery of Notasulga as this pair of Santa Fe and Union Pacific owned racks bring up the more)

Railroad: Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe (ATSF)
Locomotive: Couplers
Location: Notasulga, Alabama, USA
Locomotive #: ATSF 89032
Train ID: CSX Q612
Photo Date: May 14, 2012


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By: Frank Orona

Added: Oct 25, 2012

Views: 3,232
Comments: 4

Favorited: 17

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Photo ID: 406352

With bright orange colors of rust on the couplers, nice blue bearing end cap covers and a shiny black skin on the bodies, one can easily tell these tank cars were recently built (April 2012 to be ... (more)

Railroad: Norfolk Southern
Locomotive: Couplers
Location: Hiram, Georgia, USA
Locomotive #: Unknown
Train ID: NS 68E
Photo Date: August 10, 2012


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By: Frank Orona

Added: Aug 16, 2012

Views: 5,447
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Favorited: 25

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Photo ID: 397102

Rails on the move A half way loaded continues welded rail train (CWR) hustles along the S&NA South Subdivision after leaving ... (more)

Railroad: CSX Transportation (CSXT)
Locomotive: Couplers
Location: Thorsby, Alabama, USA
Locomotive #: CSXT 8531
Train ID: CSX W022
Photo Date: April 08, 2012


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By: Frank Orona

Added: May 06, 2012

Views: 3,838
Comments: 4

Favorited: 13

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Photo ID: 395339

Tight-lock A pair of long shank Type F couplers move past a blurring background as the wickedly fast Amtrak Auto Train races ... (more)

Railroad: Amtrak
Locomotive: Couplers
Location: Pierson, Florida, USA
Locomotive #: AMTK 831
Train ID: AMTK 52
Photo Date: February 25, 2012


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By: Frank Orona

Added: Apr 17, 2012

Views: 4,459
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Favorited: 13

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Photo ID: 390170

Don’t tread on me The “ACF Freight Saver” cushioned center sills of two coil cars gallop along the WofA mainline as the background blurs into the rearview. The 20 inch travel cushioned un... (more)

Railroad: CSX Transportation (CSXT)
Locomotive: Couplers
Location: Auburn, Alabama, USA
Locomotive #: NYC 628626
Train ID: CSX A746
Photo Date: January 16, 2012


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By: Frank Orona

Added: Feb 21, 2012

Views: 6,148
Comments: 3

Favorited: 18

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Photo ID: 381959

Fast Freight Racing along the Western Railway of Alabama mainline and into Auburn at a cool 45MPH, this loaded tank car and the extended drawbar coupler of a boxcar roll past the blurring s... (more)

Railroad: CSX Transportation (CSXT)
Locomotive: Couplers
Location: Auburn, Alabama, USA
Locomotive #: Unknown
Train ID: CSX Q612
Photo Date: November 20, 2011


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By: Frank Orona

Added: Nov 23, 2011

Views: 5,492
Comments: 2

Favorited: 18

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Photo ID: 373797

138 years after the invention of the Janney coupler, two updated versions of its revolutionary design continue to keep cars connected and enhance the safety of railroading by preventing accidental... (more)

Railroad: Kansas City Southern Railway
Locomotive: Couplers
Location: Lauderdale, Mississippi, USA
Locomotive #: KCS 3911
Train ID: KCS M-SHAR
Photo Date: July 09, 2011


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By: Frank Orona

Added: Sep 02, 2011

Views: 5,313
Comments: 1

Favorited: 19

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Photo ID: 337040

A colorful pair of empty LPG tank cars roll past as they enter the S&NA yard at Montgomery on Q572.

Railroad: CSX Transportation (CSXT)
Locomotive: Couplers
Location: Montgomery, Alabama, USA
Locomotive #: Unknown
Train ID: CSX Q572
Photo Date: September 03, 2010


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By: Frank Orona

Added: Sep 06, 2010

Views: 2,753
Comments: 0

Favorited: 4

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Photo ID: 333292

Super Shock Control A pair of former Santa Fe 50' boxcars rush past displaying their cushioned draft gears as they bring up the rear of X406. The boxcar on the left is a Berwick Forge & F... (more)

Railroad: CSX Transportation (CSXT)
Locomotive: Couplers
Location: Notasulga, Alabama, USA
Locomotive #: Unknown
Train ID: CSX X406
Photo Date: July 25, 2010


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By: Frank Orona

Added: Aug 01, 2010

Views: 3,349
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Favorited: 8

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Photo ID: 320105

Pulling For You! A pair of 33K gallon LPG tank cars with Type E upper and lower shelf couplers roll past the 130 mile post on their way north. Notice that the cars are in tension (draft),... (more)

Railroad: CSX Transportation (CSXT)
Locomotive: Couplers
Location: Notasulga, Alabama, USA
Locomotive #: Unknown
Train ID: CSX Q614
Photo Date: April 08, 2010


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By: Frank Orona

Added: Apr 08, 2010

Views: 7,921
Comments: 2

Favorited: 14

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Photo ID: 252015

Originally invented by Eli H. Janney in 1873, the knuckle coupler would later be a required application on U.S. railroads as of 1893. It has stood the test of time, and the basic concept lives on ... (more)

Railroad: Wabash
Locomotive: Couplers
Location: Monticello, Illinois, USA
Locomotive #: Unknown
Train ID: None
Photo Date: September 21, 2008


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By: Mike Wnek

Added: Sep 23, 2008

Views: 4,810
Comments: 1

Favorited: 19
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