A crewmember is pulling the gate across the C&NW mainline so that the 782 can head for the swing bridge across the Fox River and the east side of town.
This old war horse is the first F-M unit ever built at Beloit!
This photograph was taken in 1978, but it could easily have been taken in 1958
Althought this is black and white, the K&IT's blue, yellow and white FM's were very colorful.
This nicely restored C&NW unit enjoys the rising sun as it watches over the WSOR mainline in Milton.
A nicely repainted FM unit is used for the excursion train, however the paint shop isn't quite done yet as the number board and handrails need to be finished
Hallett Dock recently traded this Fairbanks-Morse H10-44 to the Museum for an ex SOO GP30. This unit was ex MN&S #11, nee Minnesota Western #51.
Kodak ISO 200 print, Canon AE-1, Tokina 35-70mm f3.5
Former North Carolina Ports Faibanks Morse Diesel, in Pittsburgh And West Virginia inspired Paint, sits at the sanding tower at Morgan Run
Former Yankeetown Docks, and North Carolina Ports Faibanks Morse Diesel awaits work and paint at Morgan Run
Milwaukee Road 760 leads a short demonstration train at Illinois Railway Museum's Diesel Days celebration.
A big suprise located during the return leg on a tour of North Carolina's Outer Banks!
Recently acquired FM H10-44 from the CLC (ex D-1). Ran around NVAN for a few years then scrapped in 1975.