Portland Terminal S1 1006 and a pair of Maine Central GP7s pass the night at the Rigby Yard engine terminal in South Portland, ME, which was also shared with the Boston & Maine. The PT's fleet of ... (more)
Canary Amongst the Eagles
Nearly a decade before the Potomac Eagle began services over the line, the fledgling South Branch Valley Railroad was operating with a small fleet ... (more)
Former Portland Terminal Alco S1 #1008 boards passengers at Weirs Beach during a hot summer day back in 2010. The Alco is not as common on these rails now as the railroad has purchased some newer ... (more)
Bath & Hammondsport S1 4 is parked along the former Lackawanna Railroad mainline in Bath, N.Y.
This nicely restored Alco S1 spent many years performing switcher duty with the Maine Central Railroad. In her semi-retirement, she pulls excursion trains for the Hobo Railroad in the White Mounta... (more)
Farmers Commission S1 #419 switches the grain elevator in Upper Sandusky in October of 1995.
HUTCHINSON KS May 1981 -- Hutchinson & Northern S1 No. 4 awaits a crew to begin its daily chores. Myself and fellow railfan Jeff Prince spent the night driving from Norman OK to Hutchinson just to... (more)
Time may have finally run out for the final time for the Mount Tremper, New York side of the Catskill Mountain Railroad. After a temporary reprieve, 10/30/2016 may prove to be the last run over th... (more)
On what may turn out to be one of its final trips on the line, Catskill Mountain RR Alco S1 (ex-Staten Island Railway 407, exx-Long Island Railroad 407) heads towards the former Ulster and Delawar... (more)
Not what I expected to see as I rolled through Kansas on the original routing of Route 66. Seems like an unusual spot to find an Erie Lackawanna locomotive.
The Catskill Mt. Railroad's S1 makes a light move eastbound out of Phoenicia.
On this day in the Williamsburg area of Brooklyn, the BEDT was off to a rough start, but nothing that a few oak blocks couldn't handle, although repairing the track structure may have taken a litt... (more)
"Rolling Along the Esopus"
Merged with the CNW in 68 by 74 there were still quite a few CGW locomotives still around.
WPL's remote ALCO's photographed from our inbound coal train at Columbia.