It was a photographer's special steam run back in August of 2007, but this little critter was on the end of the train to pull it back to Knoxville. Railroad Pictures Archive tells me she was built... (more)
Last Minute Save? One of the oldest locomotives on the Luzerne and Susquehanna Railway roster, LS 600 (née-BM 1127, SW1, 8/1953) was sitting in the Pittston, Pennsylvania yard on May 10, 2... (more)
Former GMTX "GAGA2" sits at the Locomotive Specialists facility in Waycross, Georgia. The locomotive was purchased by Locomotive Specialist and has been numbered LOSX 8. Photo taken wi... (more)
Southern Remains. On a rainy afternoon in Central Georgia, this hidden gem rusts away with time hidden in the backwoods of Wadley. Mother Nature has reclaimed most of the area, as trees hav... (more)
Commonwealth Edison SW1 #15 is seen shuffling around a cut of during a night photo session at the Illinois Railway Museum.
ILSX SW1 912 sits on the WGN in Trego.
Everything in this photograph is gone. This spur went to a Celanese plant (Rock Hill, South Carolina) that shut down a few years after this 2005 photograph. The plant was torn down. The rail was p... (more)
Sitting at what was once the largest passenger and freight station in the world with 32 tracks for service, RPCX 738 and some passenger cars sit on the few remaining tracks that barely see service... (more)
Both built in 1947, the rear unit for A&EC, these antiques have teamed up to pull a photo freight which has arrived at the turnaround point. At this point I'll put in my pitch for an NS A&EC comm... (more)
Originally Union Railroad, former Laurinburg & Southern. Photo by Jim Satterwhite, from my collection.
I would guess without checking that this was a former MILW unit. I got a few shots on this business trip before a dingbat ran a red light, ruined by rental car and the rest of my day off.
Photo by John T. Kennedy, from my collection.
This former Union Railroad unit eases up to make a joint with some freight car, just another day. No name on the slide.
An ex PC unit, still showing evidence thereof, is switching an Amtrak train. Photo by Dave Petke.
#3 is strolling right along through Lyons with 13 recently dumped empties.