Built for Rock Island and displaying the early-style carbody this classic old GE is preparing to join seven or so of its stablemates in taking the daily coal train across the bucolic countryside t... (more)
CP owned a couple dozen GP35s and here a nice looking pair work a local on a late afternoon in 1993.
Happening 30 years ago, another railroad transition with this former SCL unit in the rudimentary lettering of it's short-lived new owner.
By this date the railroad is actually CSX and this former L&N will get the new garb soon enough.
Looking good in its new regalia this unit heads a train waiting to get into the yard by running up the main line and backing in.
Commuter equipment laying over on Sunday morning
Gee I bet this one was originally SCL. Great quality painting. This one is not very old but has been worked very hard.
Campaign Alco? On November 2nd, 2013, Ray Burton, a member of the New Hampshire governor's executive council, operated his last chartered excursion train on the Plymouth & Lincoln Railroad... (more)
As a Veterans Day salute this image shows SD40-2 3593, which was painted in a special scheme and labeled "Desert Victory" to honor UP employees serving in Desert Storm. The names of those employee... (more)
Freshly painted and washed SD38s power a mining engineer train that included passenger cars from the WC, Missabe and Duluth museum. BN's "Range Rocket" local holds the siding in the distance and w... (more)
Nice fresh paint for an old veteran of SCL.
With a slug between and a sister on the other end these units ruled the hump in those days.
A distant green over red indicates we are ready for a "Blue Hour" departure to Silver Bay with 156 cars of Taconite ore. A view in the cab of leased CREX 1201 operating on Northshore Mining.
Fill'er Up. Two leased GEs take on fuel at Northshore Mining's Silver Bay yard prior to taking 131 empty ore cars back to the mine at Babbitt.
This unit began life as SCL 504. Remember when renumberings followed some logic and only happened ever ten years or so?