There is no fire…. yet! What are they doing? Southern Pacific ran a vegetation control spray train on its Cascade Subdivision to apply a herbicide to prevent growth of burdensome Bracken fe... (more)
Seemingly with all nozzles “on,” a HABCO weed sprayer train works northward on the Rock Island at Holton, Kansas, headed for St. Joseph, Mo.
Two AT&SF F units shove a caboose, a box car and 13 tank cars of a weed sprayer train (note nozzles at front corners of ex-baggage car 199203) at Simpson, Colo.
An A-B-A set of PRR Baldwin sharks at Columbus, Ohio, taking coal from the N&W to port on Lake Erie.
Three RF&P F-7s expedite tonnage southbound out of Potomac Yard, Virginia on Feb. 22, 1964. An icing platform stands at right.
NYC’s Train 59, “Chicagoan” makes its last station stop at South Bend, Indiana at 3:00 p.m. before reaching Chicago on Nov. 19, 1966. E-8 4066 and two sister E-7’s 4000 and 4004 are in charge.
After its station stop IC’s northbound “City of New Orleans” winds its way out of Memphis, Tenn.
Three Frisco Baldwin switchers, 212, 237 an 211 rumble into the servicing tracks at Kansas City, Mo. on May 29, 1965.
A 26-year-old Baldwin switcher was removing a new caboose from an inbound Frisco train at Kansas City, Mo. on Aug. 4, 1968.
A steam-boiler-equipped Geep for passenger service heads up three other Frisco Geeps at Kansas City, Mo. Note the steam line on front pilot.
Two Baldwin switchers, Nos. 14 and 16, are on the loop track emptying coal hoppers at TVA’s steam plant at Kingston, Tenn
A former BN F unit and a former UP Geep, now on the Cadillac & Lake City Ry. at Limon, Colo., have a string of empty covered hopper cars to take east for storage in sidings.
A couple of GP-35’s and a GP-30 lead L&N’s hotshot “Tote” trainload of new automobiles southbound through Faber, Ky. on July 16, 1964
A GP-30, two GP-20s and a SD-24 are being hostled at CB&Q’s North Kansas City Yard, Mo.
Five C&S SD-9s of Train 75 pick up reefers of San Luis Valley potatoes from the D&RGW interchange at Walsenburg, Colo. to take them to Texas.