As passenger trains were cancelled everywhere a few classy looking units could still be captured. By the time I got to Wichita Falls later that year they were gone. Photo by Jim Satterwhite, fr... (more)
It may have been Texas, no information on the slide but a timeless scene of the conductor greeting a train going the opposite way. Photo by Jim Satterwhite, from my collection.
It may have been Texas, no information on the slide but a timeless scene of the conductor greeting a train going the opposite way.
Another unspecified passenger train looking good with the Warbonnet leading the way. Photo by Jim Satterwhite, from my collection.
Never numerous, less well known that the Fs and generally assigned to secondary trains, the Es were IMHO the height of elegance in the Warbonnet paint scheme. Here a passenger train waits to depa... (more)
It appears the engineer may be climbing aboard to begin the run to Fayetteville (known pejoratively to some Vietnam era veterans as Fayettenam or Fatalburg). This is very early, very basic 38. P... (more)
A crew is doing some switching with two units. Photo by Jim Satterwhite. From my collection.
Though most of their business is in Fayetteville this shortline is headquartered in Aberdeen. The daily train is seldom very big and this one is not exception. Photo by Jim Satterwhite. From m... (more)
Repainted from its drab ex-SCL paint this is the railroad's entire and is pulling a southbound pulpwood-heavy local. This line, now greatly upgraded, is now part of Aberdeen, Carolina & Western a... (more)
Faded glory. Having once been resplendent in SAL green, then drab in SCL and in two days to be owned by the "railroad with no name", this unit awaits its next assignment in the humid so... (more)
Still at home, this former Clinchfield unit is sitting outside the former passenger depot. Even in those days oil bath air filters were rare on 38s. Photo by Dave Petke, from my collection.
Photo by Dave Petke, from my collection.
Photo by Mike Dolenski, from my collection.
Very early in the era of the Seaboard System an ex-L&N unit leads a great assortment of movie power on a mine run heading back toward Hazard. Somebody forgot to obliterate the "L&N".