MHWA 642 was a former BC Rail unit before coming to the MA&N. It was also used in the made for TV movie, "Atomic Train", where it was repainted for the fictional WestRail, which has shown through ... (more)
MHWA 642 and 2454 along with a CSX crew taxi wait by the old depot for CSX X91918 to arrive so they can get to work pulling cars out of storage.
MHWA 642 and 2454 back towards the depot where the crew will grab some CSX power and head back through town to pick up some TTX centerbeams that are coming out of storage.
MHWA 2454 and 642, both former BC Rail, as if the paint wasn't a dead giveaway, back across the Black River on their way back to the depot. MA&N crews were out getting some TTX centerbeams ready t... (more)
CN M420W 3551 leads Sarnia - Montreal train #392 east on the Halton Sub between Burlington West and Tansley. An M420W with two GP9us was a very rare consist for #392 which would usually rate three... (more)
Gutted by fire. The former Delaware Lackawanna & Western station in East Stroudsburg was gutted by a fire early Monday morning. The depot, built in 1856, was home to a bar and restaurant na... (more)
CN plow extra 3569 is nearing Gaspe as it clears the line and tries to stay ahead of VIA's Chaleur. Scanned from kodachrome 64 slide.
With Tower 60 in the background, Delaware Lackawanna power lays over on a sunny Sunday morning.
Train 326 passes, "The Pump", a local bar and a great place to get a drink and watch the train leave. An observant viewer may notice that the bar is advertising two dollars off per pitcher tonight... (more)
An aging MLW leads train 327a through the streets of Alpena on a gloomy June morning.
Watch for Children.
CN 420, a Windsor to Toronto freight, is passing the east end of the Brantford yard @ 07:38 with CN 2579 - CN 2513 - CN 9483 and 78 cars with van 79621 bringing up the rear.
Delaware Lackawanna power gathers at the Steamtown Yard. A few tracks over is the restored Reading Company Technical & Historical Society RS3 467.
MHWA 642 and crew are working to get all the storage cars seperated into two groups, flatcars and not flatcars.
MHWA 642 still wearing full BC Rail paint crosses State St. and starts onto the short section of street running down Canal St heading up the Newton Falls branch.