A TOFC train races eastbound behind a UP SD-40 and two SP SD-45's.
Train 490's tail end is off the East Alburgh trestle on which there is a 10 MPH speed limit and the train now is picking up speed on its way to St. Albans. The track is so close to busy Vermont H... (more)
The sun has yet to burn off the fog as the 405 is taken out of the roundhouse. This venerable Alco product started out as Rutland 405, built in 1951, and sixty-eight years later still is on the r... (more)
As two trains meet a tail end crew member of the eastbound is on the platform of the caboose to inspect the passing train. It was not uncommon for the EL to run short freights on the Southern Tie... (more)
Switchlist in hand the ground crew watches carefully as the engineer shoves a cut of cars in the yard. There are still footboards on the locomotive, no portable radios or reflective vests, and at... (more)
Two F-3A's in pusher service await their next assignment in front of the station that was built in 1863 by the Erie.
After a meet at Essex Jct. Train 430 continues its way south to White river Jct.
NJ Train 200 is about to leave the CPR St. Luc departure yard for Rouses Point, NY.
Erie Lackawanna power began showing up on D&H freights in 1968 when the two roads came under N&W control through Dereco.
A southbound freight accelerates past the under construction Martin Drake Power Station.
The afternoon trick yard switcher is busy building the consist for RW-6 with interchange from the CPR that was delivered by the Napierville Junction and the CN's daily job from Montreal. RW-6 will... (more)