The Detroit Connecting is heading northward as they pass an old abandoned warehouse located along Warren Avenue. The DCON is owned by the Adrian and Blissfield that operates roughly 2 miles of tr... (more)
With its spotless GE 70-toner 601, Moscow Camden & San Augustine's mixed train prepares for its 7-mile run at Camden, Texas, over to Moscow, on Nov. 17, 1971.
One of MET's fleet of GE's was working near the MET shops in the Modesto area.
In the 1975-1976 era many railroads painted locomotives into various red white blue paint schemes to commemorate our country's two hundredth birthday. MET's BiCentennial painted unit 603 was worki... (more)
A three-way stub switch. To the right of CN 30 and AMT 603 (generator car) at Exporail we see a three-way stub switch, not a very common sight. For more train photos, check out http://www.r... (more)
Rahway Valley 16 is crossing the busy U.S. Route 22 grade crossing in Union with one empty MEC boxcar in tow for the Conrail interchange. This railroad has been abandoned and the grade crossing re... (more)
CN 30, a GE 70-tonner is being shut down at Exporail. Behind is generator car AMT 603. For more train photos, check out http://www.railpictures.net/photos/mtlwestrailfan/
Another day on the railroad! The engineer is aware of what is happening ahead the engine. The engine, built in 1950, is an old GE 70 Ton, ex-CN 30 (1984) ; exx-CN 1530 (1956) ; nee CN 7804 (1954).
Waterloo Central #1556 is sitting at the depot in Waterloo. She is painted in CNR's 1950's scheme similar to that used on their 70 tonners. The caboose is a modified CNR caboose used as a passen... (more)
As part of the San Luis Central’s 100 year anniversary celebrations, the railroad operated a short freight for photographers out of Monte Vista north to County Road 4N. The railroad’s first diesel... (more)
Former Modesto and Empire Traction GE 70-Tonners 608 and 605 along with ex-KCS SD40-3 3130 parked at the Mobil Grain terminal in Aylesbury.
Switching amongst the industry and fields of Santa Maria
SMVRR 80 sits with a line of hoppers.
A pair of Laurinburg & Southern GE 70-ton locomotives work at Laurinburg, NC in this May 1972 scene.
Working their interchange with SP these units were uncommon in those days and extremely scarce today. Man, it's flat here!.