Mountainside. The Potomac Eagle's B&O F7 gets up close and personal during a photo charter runby.
A Durbin & Greenbrier Valley excursion train approaches the small valley town of Bowden, West Viriginia with a C&O painted F7 in charge of today's train.
Three NP passenger locomotives F7A 6511A, F9B 6701B and F7A 6501A has just uncoupled from the passenger cars at St. Paul Union Depot on April 11, 1968. Photo by RR Wallin, from my collection.
Boston & Maine painted F's on the former B&M Conway branch look right at home crossing Moat Brook bound for Fayban.
Boston & Maine #4266 leads the 470 club excursion across the famous Willey Brook trestle en route to North Conway.
Norfolk Southern F7A 4271 leads the NS OCS out of Columbia, South Carolina on a dreary, ugly and rainy day in late 2014. I would not always shoot under such weather conditions back then but my son... (more)
Boston & Maine #4266 leads the 470 club excursion into North Conway on a beautiful afternoon.
Okay, so this definitely is not the famed Copper Creek Viaduct on the Clinchfield that I’ve had the good fortune of actually shooting this locomotive on, but with the bridge, mountain, & said lo... (more)
Clinchfield 800 leads a passenger train over the curved trestle west of Ozone. The engine is visiting the mine for the 2nd year in a row to power some employee appreciation trips for the employees... (more)
Clinchfield 800 leads a passenger train shortly after leaving Lhoist North America's Crab Orchard mine. The engine is visiting the mine for the 2nd year in a row to power some employee appreciatio... (more)
WGN F7 423 rests through the night at their base in Trego.
The Reading & Northern foliage train is seen returning from Jim Thorpe and passing Zenners, just South of Tamaqua with the railroad's classic F units on the point.
The Reading & Northern foliage train is seen returning from Jim Thorpe crossing the Hometown High Bridge and dodging clouds amid peak Fall Foliage.
The Reading & Northern foliage train is seen returning from Jim Thorpe rolling through Nesquehoning with the classic F units on the point.
Warbonnets on freight became more common as more passenger trains disappeared. The "white" on this unit seems to be particularly evident. Were there two different versions of the passe... (more)