M&TE 608, 600 & 609 making their friday deliveries & pickups along the Beard Industrial district in south Modesto, Ca.
THE METAMORPHASIS BEGINS: Rahway Valley number 16 is now resplendant in its as-delivered paint scheme of red and black. The finishing touches will be the yellow lettering and sidesill markings.
These 2 GE 70 ton Locos sit quietly in the weeds rusting away. They were last used in the 1970's. The green unit is lettered for Kelly's Creek Railroad on the longhood. *Note: On March 31st. 2008... (more)
A neatly primered Rahway Valley 16 sits alongside the Morristown & Erie mainline at Whippany. The unit has undergone much work by Whippany Railway Museum members Alan Wishengrad and Terence Mullig... (more)
Put out of service by MP-15s, this little unit is missing a coupler.
Modesto & Empire Traction 70-tonner 602 (bought new in 1952) works the mainline with a westbound freight in Modesto, CA on September 10, 1982.
Modesto & Empire Traction 70-tonner 601 (bought new in 1949) and 604 (ex-North Louisiana & Gulf 102) at Modesto, CA on July 6, 1976.
Ventura County’s Bicentennial 70-tonner #4 (ex-Southwestern Portland Cement 14) at Oxnard, CA on August 3, 1976.
Ventura County 70-tonner #1 at Oxnard, CA on July 1, 1976.
Santa Maria Valley 70-tonner 70 and U6B 60 head to Guadalupe, on California’s central coast, from Santa Maria to pick up cars at the Southern Pacific interchange on July 1, 1976.
Santa Maria Valley 70-tonners 20 and 10 on a caboose hop from Santa Maria to Guadalupe on California’s central coast to work the sugar refinery on January 26, 1978.
LRS 104 is lettered for the Red Springs & Northern.
This little 70-Tonner served 5 different owners since it was built in 1948.