GMTX 503 working now for Lucas Oil heads back to Corydon after interchanging cars with the NS at Corydon Jct.
Milford-Bennington Railroad's SW9 #901 leads its loaded stone train south across the Souhegan River in Milford, NH on its first of two round trips of the day.
Nickel Plate Road EMD SW9 numbered 233-244, built 1951-52. Photo from my slide collection, no photographer listed on slide.
Rows of retired PBNE swichers rust away in Saucon Yard. The Philadelphia Bethlehem & New England Railroad was the wholly owned shortline railroad of Bethlehem Steel. It operated in and around the ... (more)
After switching Standard Steel, the Juniata Valley Railroad passes a line of derelict equipment as they begin their run back down to Lewistown.
The Juniata Valley Railroad job JVA-1 heads up Water St. in Lewistown with loads for Standard Steel in Burnham.
Black River & Western's first Easter Bunny Express trip of the day crossing Copper Hill Rd.
York Rail SW9 84 still wears the paint job from when it was Maryland & Pennsylvania 84. Before ending up on the Ma & Pa, this switcher was MTR 85, formerly Pittsburgh & Lake Erie 1243 and, origin... (more)
Hump Lead on a Bridge
A Detroit & Toledo Shore Line yard job at Long Yard in Toledo, Ohio shoves a cut of cars across the Ottawa River and over the hump. A look at Google Maps indi... (more)
Union Pacific SW9 1848 was built in October 1953. This unassuming switcher would, in 1979, enter the railroad’s shops in Omaha NE to be rebuilt, rolling out as UP SW10 1848 when completed on Augu... (more)
A pair of Detroit & Toledo Shoreline SW9’s works the Toledo hump on a beautiful May afternoon.
PRLX 711 at the Progress Rail facility at the Mojave Airport industrial park.
I stumbled upon this switcher all masked off and met some nice folks working on giving it new paint not far from the Amtrak station.
ex-Laurinburg & Southern SW9
Niles Canyon Railway's Southern Pacific SW9 #1195 rolls over the last bridge before reaching Niles, CA.