A couple of old farm relics sit on display at Reenders as MMRR 3836 leads a short freight en route to Holland, MI.
Blueberries are a big attraction in west Michigan during August, and here we see 3839 passing a young crop that is sure to please blueberry lovers in years to come.
Peaches, anyone? There is no shortage of fresh fruit in Michigan during the summer time, and peaches are in abundance on the west side of the state. Here we see 3839 passing an old style billboa... (more)
3839 is near the end of its job for the day, as it closes in on Mid Michigan Railroad's yard in Muskegon. Here we see the train crossing over the beginning of I-96, a cross-state highway that sta... (more)
3839 catches some late evening sun as it crosses an old wooden trestle spanning a section of the Grand River near Harbor Island in Grand Haven. Z627 is normally a nocturnal run, making this dayli... (more)
3839 rolls by a rusty steam relic from the early 1900's. Built in 1916 by the Aultman & Taylor Company, this steam tractor was once very colorful, but time and the elements have definitely taken ... (more)
3839 creeps across the tiny Pigeon Creek trestle while leading a short train from Holland to Muskegon, MI.
After picking up 8 cars in Holland's Waverly Yard and reversing down the main, 3839 leads its train into the north leg of the wye to begin the trip back to Muskegon.