In a scene which depicts where older GE fans stand in today's modern railroading scene, LSI 3002 is reduced to a burning pile of rubbish at the Lake Superior & Ishpeming's shop in Eagle Mills, MI.... (more)
I wanted to get a few more pictures of WHOE 806 while I still could. All other non-used equipment the WHO&E owns has been scrapped, leaving this ex MILW FP7 as the lone non-running survivor.
Plenty of old relics can be found at NRE in Mount Vernon.
The three fuel tanks are all that remains from the three Erie Mining Co. F9(B) units that have recently been deemed scrap and cut up by a contractor for razor blades etc..
One of the two remaining Erie Mining Co. F units still on the old Erie Mining Co. ( later LTV Steel and now Cliffs Erie ) property stares at the remains of her sister F9(B) units 4224, 4223, and 4... (more)
Clinchfield F7A 823 has pulled its last tonnage, and has been rolled out to pasture behind the backshop at Erwin, TN. The engine was acquired from the CRR’s co-owner L&N and rebuilt at SCL’s Waycr... (more)
While A&M's operating road power gets the glory, they've got an amazing collection of stored units as well that function as a parts source for the operating fleet, seeing that one can't exactly ca... (more)
Photo taken with Luzerne Susquehanna permission. Former Warner Company #14 is stored in Pittston, future not known. No more than five units from this class survive.
On a dreary late winter afternoon in Huntington Yard, an unusual unobstructed view allows us to capture much of the railroad's Huntington Locomotive Shops dead/storage line. Here, one particular e... (more)
UP 1867 Meets the torch on a fall day.
Just a shell. Gutted on the inside.
UP 459 with fuel tank removed awaits final disposition at Denver's Stockyards in the 1980s.
The three RJ Corman locomotives destroyed by fire on 10/5 have been detrucked and moved for salvage and scrapping. From left to right are 7918, 3814, and 1605. The 1605 had just been painted in ... (more)
One of Milwaukee's U-Boats sits in a dead line under the new 27th Street viaduct.