After finishing the morning work, TPR 936 reverses through a bustling Atlantic Yard, as the crew heads for the engine house.
With the morning work complete, TPR 936 sits on the main in front of the engine house as the crew takes lunch. In the foreground an off road dump truck returns to the site of a future warehouse, ... (more)
A pair of Conrail SW7s move engine lite through Stanley Yard in Walbridge, OH. The hump would remain active for nearly another 30 years until CSX moved to flat switching in 2017.
Tom Bowers ph... (more)
Back when the mills and foundries and factories still created a haze this cab hop is roaring north. I only got one shot. Must have been the end of a roll. Remember those?
An IHB SW7 is seen bringing a trio of former Santa Fe cabooses east toward Gibson Yard. Tom Golden photo.
TDCX 202 leads the final cut of inbound empty hoppers into the Delong Company elevator.
Seaboard System SW7 #2224 in Tilford Yard. #2224 was built July 1950 as Nashville, Chattanooga & St. Louis #24 and later became Louisville & Nashville #2124, then L&N #2224 and finally Seaboard S... (more)
Louisville & Nashville SW7 #2259, with its stacks capped, behind the Boyles Yard roundhouse. #2259 was built December 1950 and left roster destined for Chrome Crankshaft
TPR 936, with a cut of interchange cars in tow, approaches the Wharf Rd overpass on it's way to Grays Yard.
TPR 936 departs Atlantic Yard, as it passes the engine house, en route to Grays Yard, with a cut of interchange cars.
With work at Grays Yard complete, TPR 936 arrives back at the Tradepoint Rail engine house. Behind the track equipment sits a pair of ex Patapsco and Back River EMD slugs, who's fate is unknown a... (more)
After spotting empty coil cars at Maryland Metals Processing, a Tradepoint Rail crew returns to the main with one empty they'll spot on the main, before returning lite power to their Grays Yard.
Seaview #5 crosses a crossing in a massive industrial park as they continue their days work.
EMD switchers both working at automotive facility. An EMD SW1 #NIS 202 built in 1949 and SW7 #JTPX1215 built in 1950's...still in service by 2007..!!
The daily-except Sunday turn from Jenks works former Midland Valley trackage in West Tulsa.