London Midland and Scottish 8F Class 2-8-0 Built at Ashford in 1943. Withdrawn in 1965. Arrived at the GCR in 2011.
Built by Brush at Loughborough in 1965. Withdrawn in 1991. Arrived at the GCR in 1996.
Class 08 on a military demonstration train.
7 locomotives lead an Eastbound mixed freight across the Rockville Bridge.
Cuyahoga Valley Railroad hosted steam trips featuring NKP 765
Helper units prepare to cut off from their train having shoved a stack train up the West slope of Sand Patch grade.
The smell of break shoes starts to fill the air as this autorack train slows coming through the town of Hyndman, PA
A stack train grinds its way up Sand Patch grade
UP OCS passes under the Westinghouse Bridge on the former PRR Pittsburgh Main. UP 1943 has been specially equipped with NS cab signals to be able to lead over this line, a very rare treat for loca... (more)
two veteran units shove a coal train east towards the Alleghenies while a local switches some cars in Pitcairn Yard.
This little train marks the beginning of the end for Conrail as the Norfolk Southern Track Geometry Car is checking out the property that NS' plans to purchase.
Now used in yard service this old EMD product, originally built for the NW in June of 1978 is working with 2 RPU6 Slug units to switch Conway Yard.
A veteran SD40-2 leads 7 other units out of Conway yard. There are 2 sets of the newly built RP-M4C Mother and Slug sets on this train.