One of MLW-Worthington's (previously Montreal
Locomotive Works) shop switchers shares the bay with two DL534's for the Sierra Leone Government Railways and a CP Rail M-636.
RGE locomotive number 41 sits on the engine house track awaiting its next assignment. Taken during the RGVRM night shoot, with lighting provided by Steve Barry.
Getting a load out of Claremont Paper. As the cars got heavier and the engines more tired, it was sometimes necessary to use two locomotives to get up this grade and around this tight curve. It co... (more)
A General Electric 44-Tonner built in 1942 for the Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad sits in South Fork, Colorado wearing the paint of its most recent owner, the Great Western Sugar Company tha... (more)
Claremont & Concord 44-Tonner 31 makes its way past one of the mills in Claremont, NH, on a summer morning. This little engine was built for the Lackawanna in 1948 as DL&W 52.
With a single empty boxcar in tow, Claremont & Concord 44-Tonner 31 departs the C&C's yard in downtown Claremont, NH, for the Boston & Maine interchange at Claremont Junction, three miles away. Th... (more)
”Hang On Big Guy, I’ll Get You to the Retirement Home”
After over two years of retirement in Amtrak’s care, GG1 4935, which was the original “heritage unit”, made its move to its p... (more)
Springfield Terminal GE 44 tonner #1 is seen crossing the dual toll bridge over the Connecticut River and arriving at Charlestown, NH from Springfield, VT. The Springfield Terminal Railway was eve... (more)
A GE 44t, a Santa Fe FP45 and a Santa Fe prototype container are part of Western American Railroad Museum at Barstow station.
Gray Equipment on a Gray Day
The Anthracite Railway, like its parent Octoraro Railway, used mostly patched or unpatched used equipment on its operations of the former Reading P&C... (more)
This 44 ton switcher was built by General Electric in 1942 for the Denver & Rio Grande Western Railroad. It was sold in 1954 to the Great Western Sugar Company and operated until the plant was cl... (more)
GE locomotive 41 pulls out of the enginehouse to start a night of switching. Part of the Night Photo session at the Genesee Valley Railroad Museum, lighting provided by Steve Barry.
After a summer storm rolled through Chama, we were rewarded with a rainbow over the Cumbres and Toltec shops.
The William P. Dow #119 takes a spin on the turntable before boarding passengers and then taking them on a trip around the Georgia State Railroad Museum.
Claremont & Concord #18 eases a single box car down the steep grade into Coy Paper... a move that was the slightest bit extra challenging on this icy morning.