Q414 westbound with 5434,6318, HLCX 8169, and 5408.
MARC FP9'S 81 AND 85 on wood trestle
Interior view of West Bridge Tower in operation since the opening of the Huey Long Bridge in Dec 1935. Some of the original equipment remains in the tower, now jointly operated by the NOPB (owner ... (more)
KCS Midsouth GP10s 1010/1083/1031
AEM-7s 951/950 glide across Susquehanna River bridge southbound to DC.
Two trains line-up in late evening setting sun: GP40-2 3008 and SD70MAC 4324 lead one train and SD70MAC's 4015,4014,4012 with GP40-2 3006 lead the other.
Northbound frt from Seward (GP49 2809/SD70MAC 4014) has just changed crews about 50 miles south of Anchorage.
Looking like a bad example of using 15" radius track on the HO layout, ARR 4015/4014/4012/3006 twist around a tight yard turn with two flat cars
Southbound coal train with SD70MAC's 4006/4318/4321 on head-end and 4011 at rear moves into yard in fading light at 8:30 pm
NOPB SW1500 152 and the roundhouse have both been refurbished since this 1997 view
Hand-held controller at 1:1. KCS remote control operation in Baton Rouge using GWWR GP38 2001
Q400 accelerates past Brunswick station after a crew change. Power behind 644 consists of two ex-CR SD40-2s (8801,8856) and HLCX 8145.
Panama Canal Railway Company 1856 1857 and 1859 (ex-AMTK 259 313 and 354) being loaded by Intermarine vessel Industrial Challenger for shipment to Panama.
NOPB's turntable and roundhouse, opened in 1925, remains operational and now under renovation. NOPB 1501 is undergoing major engine repairs.
Alaska RR Anchorage shop with MP15 1552, GP40-2 3001, and RDC 712.