The AW&W 4 "test train" shoves past Vine Street on the way back to the yard/depot area.
French Lick & West Baden number 1 trolley makes its rounds around the resort as AW&W RS 1 number 4 prepares to lead a Wizard of Oz afternoon excursion.
The regular excursion train has finished up for the day, allowing recently restored AW&W 4 an opportunity to get loose on a short test run up the hill.
AW&W RS1 4 recently restored by the French Lick & Scenic Railway takes break for its next Wizard of Oz excursion.
Recently restored by the French Lick & Scenic Railway Algers Winslow & Western RS1 number 4 returns to French Lick after an afternoon trip to Cuzco.
GM&O RS-1s did everything around Montgomery other than power the Artesia road freights. Their service would last beyond the 1972 ICG merger until 1975, when they would be replaced with a rag-tag a... (more)
Indiana Railway Museum's recently restored AW&W Alco RS-1 poses alongside Monon Drive after an afternoon test run. According to RRPA roster info this unit was built 1/1947 as DSS&A 103.
With the day's afternoon excursion complete, consisting of GP16 #1813 and five cars, Indiana Railway Museum's beautifully restored AW&W Alco RS-1 gets loose on a test run using the same consist fo... (more)
No safety vests were required on a hot summer day - or any day - back in 1974. One of the few RS-1s to get orange and white leads two unrepainted Alcos as they put together a train for the Prattv... (more)
Green Mountain Railway morning excursion arrives at Ludlow. Alco RS-1 No. 405 was built for the Rutland Railway in 1951, and continues to work on home rails for the Green Mountain Railway.
The 14-mile-long salt hauling Genesee & Wyoming Railroad dieselized in the 1950’s with a small fleet of Alco RS1’s and S4’s. Later, a few secondhand RS1’s were added to the roster, including this ... (more)
"Be Sure To Get My Good Side"
As a companion shot to my earlier photo [Photo ID: 564857], this side of East Penn's EPRY 57 (Alco RS-1) has faired better, but still shows what... (more)
Crews discuss their plans during a meet on the Secret City Scenic Railroad operated by the Southern Appalachia Railway Museum. The scene was part of a photographers' event held at the museum.
While on sort of a pilgrimage to visit the restored Raritan River Rail Road boxcar #100, East Penn's EPRY 57 (Alco RS-1) was parked along the Front Street. It seems to have seen ... (more)
I shot the Washington Terminal RS-1 switching the Union Station while I waited for a train to Roanoke.