Perhaps the most colorful and eclectic group of switchers that can be seen together today! Classic GE and EMD switchers are on display at the Whippany Railway Museum.
Belfast & Moosehead Lake GE 70 Tonner #52 near the roundhouse and turntable at Belfast ME.
Two of the famous fleet of MET GE 70 tonners wait out the weekend at McClure Yard on the south side of Modesto. MET #609 was first delivered to the Klamath Northern as their #205 in 1955. MET #60... (more)
Overview of whole yard and shops. One complete railroad in front of you.
Actuly, the shortline is the St. Johnsbury and Lake Champlain. St. Johnsbury was a railraod hot spot in the 60's. Canadian Pacific, Maine Central and SJLC ran through this city. Eight freight trai... (more)
A pair of former Timken plant switchers rest in the Ohi Rail yard at Minerva. Numerous other locomotives are stored here, including a small fleet of E units.
Restored former PRR N5C caboose is on display at the Whippany Railway Museum.
Assorted power, including this switcher from Red Springs and Northern RR, sit at the Laurinburg and Southern shops in Laurinburg, North Carolina.
After spotting a string of 74 empty hoppers on a UP siding, M&ET 602 leads the other GE 70 tonners back to the Beard Business District in south Modesto.
Former Kennecott 70-tonner preserved by the Promontory Chapter NRHS.
RV 16 works a cut of cars. Ansco color/color corrected in P/S
PVS #7 & 8 abandoned in the tumbleweeds of their far west Texas yard.
LRS 109 and Johnson 140 rest together at the Laurinburg & Southern Shop.
Bright red Rahway Valley 70 tonner 16 is posed next to a flaming tree.