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)
Engine #5 takes a break after switching a few tank cars around in Cohocton.
This ALCO S1 is as old as Mick Jagger. Both are still working. Once upon a time it served Staten Island Rapid Transit. I wonder if when sent north, the crew was told--She's very happy up in the... (more)
1992 was nearly 20 years ago but this railroad still runs in the streets of Brooklyn as NYNJ Rail. One EMD is assigned to Brooklyn and another at the dock in Jersey City, NJ. Note locomotive is ... (more)
Texas City Terminal S1 #31 working at the Brownsville, SC Becker Sand and Gravel operation. November 1971
Des Moines Union S1 #4 working at the Becker Sand and Gravel operation at Brownsville, SC || November 1971
Santa waves to the photographer as the Santa Express train arrives back in Lincoln after another fun filled trip for the children aboard.
A pair of the Hobo Railroad's Alco switchers depart Lincoln with the Santa Express train. Locomotive #959 is a 1949 Alco S1 that served the Maine Central. Locomotive #1186 is a 1949 Alco S3 that s... (more)
Bath & Hammondsport #5, being operated by CGNE, is in the process of departing Cohocton with its excursion train. The flagman climbs aboard after flagging Rt 415. In early 1993 the Champagne Railr... (more)
Bath & Hammondsport #4, being operated by CGNE, rolls by a green on the Bath Country Club..
Bath & Hammondsport #4, being operated by CGNE, is in the process of running around its excursion train. In early 1993 the Champagne Railroad thru Steuben County IDA took over operations of the fo... (more)
This little unit is a mystery. Nice re-engining job, left it with some dignity and really nice tall stack but I'm not sure of its origins. It was apparently 703 somewhere.
I thought the footboards were a little outdated then the guy climbed on top of that GN car. As I recall it had something to do with the door.
Remember footboards. In those days they were used as this great little unit shuffles cars at the tiny interchange on the Feather River Line.