Notchin' up. On the afternoon of Sunday, September 23, 2018, Adirondack Scenic Railway 1835 (RS18u, neé-CP 8780, RS18, 5/1958), heads back to Utica, NY with a trainload of travelers. The MLW puts ... (more)
CFS 1828 at Scott-Jonction terminal
Power for D&H 265 lays over in Oak Island Yard before returning west later in the day.
Setting up the morning excursion.
In perfect sunset light, the mighty 181, along with its train, is stopped at the West switch of the mainline, to perform some switching in the yard. This shot is dedicated to Brad Jolliffe, and th... (more)
NBEC 578 working in Miramichi yard, with 402's power (CFMG 6907) dead in tow
On our first day of training with the Guelph Jct Railway and George Brown college, we had RS18u 181 as our locomotive.
A trio of OCRR RS18u's pulls down the CN Kingston sub toward the Coteau yard.
OSR 180 heads south into a heavy snowfall.
OSRX RS18u 180 on display at a city festival along with an ex-Canadian Pacific wooden caboose belonging to a local railway historical society.
Burbling along at 10 mph, RS18u 1842 heads for Hawksbury with steel loads. The three-unit MLW consist presents a nice break from CN and CP modern power.
Former CP 1822 lives on with Alco friendly CVSR
MNNR 82 still wears CP's paint scheme. Its former number being CP 1825
You can find a mess of power at the MNNR's Shop, like #82 an RS18u, or right behind #82, the Australian built C36-7 #59 nicknamed "Crocodile GE" after the movie Crocodile Dundee.
westbound at Eastman PQ