This Alco S-1 must receive new batteries before it can return to service. Though the unit is shown here sporting fresh Adirondack Scenic colors, it previously toiled for the U.S. Air Force in Rom... (more)
I've been making trips to New Hampshire ever since family vacations as a child. Just about one year ago, my girlfriend and I made a weekend trip up to the Granite State, mainly to go to the NASCA... (more)
DM S1 646 was built in 1946 and spent most of it's life, until the mid 1970s, as the Bay City switcher. It lasted into the take over by LSRC finally being sold for reused out west in 2007. From m... (more)
Lima-Hamilton (25) sits outside of the shop building. In the background you see Whitewater Valley Railroad's Alco S-1 (9339) and SD10 (532) as they sit waiting for the season to start.
Former PRR 9242
US Navy Alco S1 b/n 69680 Blt. 2/42 sitting in the shop waiting to be moved to track 1.
Alco S1 b/n 69680 Blt. 2/42 now US Navy 65-00626 under its own power and looking better than ever. Still has a few pieces of paper and tape to be removed but how often do you see a 74 year old loc... (more)
Time for a new paint job. DGRC painters apply a nice coat of yellow to a Navy Alco S1.
I'm not sure how this Erie Lackawanna train ended up in Kansas, but as you can see, it's unlikely to be leaving anytime soon!
I discovered this rare gem at an industrial site in Galena, Kansas....just west of Joplin, MO. Sadly, I think the grim reaper's cutting torch isn't too far away.
Becker Sand & Gravel #10 working at Senter, NC in 1971
2 S-1's in the Marinette, Wisconsin yard waiting for the call to duty on a pleasant summer afternoon.
PLRR Alco S1 #958 leads the 3:00 PM train out of Lincoln.
From my slide collection by an unknown photographer.
Whitewater Valley Railroad extra 9339 north eases across the railroad's namesake river at Laurel, IN on a Sunday afternoon. The equipment was deadheading north to Connersville, IN after being use... (more)