Making their maiden voyage on the Lake State Railway's Huron Subdivision to Alpena, Michigan, the newly-arrived Metro-East Industries/ZTR Systems-constructed GP40-3/Road Slug set of LSRC 4303 and ... (more)
The inbound train from Bay City catches the first light of the day on a warm, June morning. This would end up being the last sunny photograph taken for several days as the typical Michigan grey sk... (more)
The Lake State's night freight catches the first light of the day as it rolls over the Thunder Bay River and into yard limits, completing its journey from Bay City to Alpena.
The Northbound Lake State train, running later than usual, creeps along at 10mph on the outskirts of town along Piper Road.
A matching set of Lake State GP40s heads back to the roundhouse for the weekend after bringing in the morning train.
Ridin' in style.
Train 327a works the yard shortly after sunrise. It's comforting to know that since this photo was taken, the Lake State has been busy repairing it's track.
An aging MLW leads train 327a through the streets of Alpena on a gloomy June morning.
Two MLWs cross the icy Thunder Bay River as they finish their journey up from Bay City, MI.
LSRC 181 leads train 327a into the Alpena Yard. The entire train, about 40-50 cars, can be viewed in the photo.
Back from the dead. After catching fire on the Mackinac Sub. last week LSRC 181 leads train 327a into Alpena in the sweet morning light. I'm very glad to see that this old girl isn't gone.
LSRC M420W 3500 is about to cross Johnson Street and enter the yard limits after a long journey up from Bay City.
Fellow Railpictures.net photographer John Ryan shoots train 327a as it arrives in Alpena.
Steam returns to Alpena! Okay, so maybe not. It's just an extra smokey 181!
M420W 3500 pulls across the Thunder Bay River bridge as the 181 lets off some smoke.