TAG 80 is seen delivering 3 loads of plastic pellets of M&M industries.
The Lycoming Valley Railroad's Muncy Turn crosses Loyalsock Creek on their way east. This bridge was heavily damaged a year later by Tropical Storm Lee and replaced.
The Muncy Turn departs Williamsport with NSHR and LVRR geeps.
Seemingly a little out of place, but hey, it’s all in the family now. GWI that is. Today they are one of three trains in town, serving the local industrial complex.
TVRM 80 leads a deadheading passenger train into the yard in East Chattanooga while the Missionary Ridge local prepares to head back to Grand Junction.
In what could be a Maine Central photograph from the 1970's, instead is an image of Conway Scenic's Notch Train power trailing on a rare steam excursion through Crawford Notch.
Farmrail/Granbelt was in the process of getting new power during this visit and hadn’t got around to lettering this former Texas Mexican unit.
The Marietta Switcher swaps cars at Kemira with a dual control stand GP38.
Heritage unit for the Norfolk and Western 8103 passes the Minnesota Transportation Museum's migration train in St. Paul.
Former GN business car A11 brings up the rear of the Minnesota Transportation Museum's migration train.
Mass Central PA2 is northbound past Forest Lake Pond with MCER 1751 and MCER 1750 on a crystal blue April morning.
252 just came to a stop and waiting for passengers to disembark.
BNSF 2240 leads the Minnesota Transportation Museum's migration train headed for Osceola. The train is parked momentarily waiting for clearance to cross over to the other mains at Kasota Ave.
BNSF 2240 leads the Minnesota Transportation Museum's migration train headed for Osceola.
B&O Eastbound (CR Northbound) passing Conrail's South Akron Yard on the shared Conrail-B&O Akron Branch.