Not many units had their had their old paint this intact this long after the merger.
It was a dark and gloomy November 28th, 1953, the date of the annual Army-Navy clash next to (then) Philadelphia Municipal Stadium on the south side. Here is a B&O consist being dragged through th... (more)
Army-Navy football specials are lined up in the yard next to (then) Philadelphia Municipal Stadium on the south side.
G's are stacked up with Army-Navy trains, laying over in the yard next to (then) Philadelphia Municipal Stadium on the south side.
Standby power lays over in the coach yard next to (then) Philadelphia Municipal Stadium on the south side.
Well maybe there are some people out there who haven't seen one of these respendent if YN whatever-it-is. Right. NB empties.
St. Croix's road units ease to a stop in Rush City as the ground utility man lines a switch. Even the company ride has a nice Monad logo.
A real veteran. How many SW-1s ever operated in Arkansas? Not many. But one is still there and still working as of this date. Called "donkeys" on the Milwaukee, I first became acquai... (more)
Can it be seventeen years ago. I still think of these as new. They are not.
Yeah, roster shots are easy but you have to be there and a portrait is a joy forever.
Originally Amtrak. It looks good but I'm not sure when or if it is used. Due to the steep grades and slow speeds it would seem to be a good "horsepower stretcher" but thus far in two t... (more)
A land of EMDs - Missabe 215 and 211 work the yard while a number of road sets can be seen on the left waiting to take ore trains north.
Looks like a great Chessie paint job. It's awfully tempting to get out the old clone tool and make some alterations.
I guess I like the oddballs. This unit started out on the Monon and somewhere along the line lost its upper headlight housing. Everything was apparently all right until CSX painters came along.
What is that switching the "Santa Train". Sometimes the workaday players are interesting too. These were rebuilt by C&O, reduced to 2000HP and they lasted for several years, doing a g... (more)