Amtrak 603 on display at the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania in Strasburg.
The morning mine train slows as it nears the Peabody Coal tipple.
On June 8 a morning train from Lake Powell to Black Mesa climbs the noticeable grade in Cow Springs
On June 8 a morning train from Lake Powell to Black Mesa begins its journey across the Colorado Plateau.
The afternoon plant train accelerates at a surprisingly quick pace as it passes one of the few spots where the north side of train isn't completely blocked by catenary poles.
The afternoon mine train has just finished loading at the tipple and is now inching very very slowly to the first grade crossing west, where it will pick up the conductor for the ride back to Page... (more)
The morning mine train slows as it nears the loop track through the tippler.
Train to the Peabody mine passes over an Indian Road on Navajo Nation Land near Cow Springs.
The first mine train of the morning passes through Navajo Country on the Colorado Plateau with a pair of NdeM E60s and one painted for home railroad Black Mesa & Lake Powell leading.
Living on borrowed time, the morning mine run from outside Page (near Lake Powell) down to the mine (on Black Mesa) begins its trek through the Colorado Plateau.
A Boston-Washington corridor train behind a burly E60CH swings through a curve at Milford, CT, on a busy Thanksgiving weekend.
A John C. Benson original Kodachrome slide from my collection.
An original Kodachrome slide from my collection; the photographer was not specified.
A somewhat overpowered Keystone Service #614 heads east. Note the #601 is outfitted with a Brecknell-Willis model 29500A high-speed pantograph, like most AEM7s used. It was the only E60 so equip... (more)