These are ALCO DL 109's. The New Haven had 60. 0701 on the right was built in 1941 while 0758 came in 1945. I shot them at the Charles Street roundhouse in 1956 and in three years all would be ... (more)
Ex Bridgton & Saco River 7 (Baldwin 1913) 2-foot gauge. I shot the freight at Edaville.
I shot this at the joint New Haven and Boston & Maine engine facility. Notice that the New Haven S-2 (Alco 1944) has a flat roof which the New Haven ordered for low clearances.
This is a K2a 4-8-2 Mountain, not a J class 4-8-4. I shot the unusually dirty 126 below the 5th St. bridge.
Canadian Pacific steam was almost gone when I shot this during a water stop on a fantrip from Montreal to Mount Orford. The tank is the common Canadian enclosed type. G5a 4-6-2 1201 was built by ... (more)
Westbound CSX GP 40 (B&O 4008) is at A Cabin at Alleghany summit about to enter the tunnel.
I shot the westbound Norfolk & Western Y-6 2-8-8-2 with auxiliary tender from the 5th St. bridge over the Roanoke yard.
Fans circle the turntable during a fantrip stop. I shot the Reading 4-8-4 from a hill overlooking the roundhouse.
I shot the G-5 at a railfan weekend along the Connecticut River on the old Rutland. The paint scheme is authentic but applied to relatively few locomotives and maybe not 1246.
The E-8's are entering Red Bank from New York City on the New Jersey Coast Line (NY&LB). I was a daily commuter 1969-1995 and sometimes shot photos of my trains on days off.
The New Haven borrowed 38 U.S.Army locomotives to assist in the recovery from the floods of August 1955. Some were not returned until June 1956. I shot B-2044 in Providence, RI.
Seaboard (CSX) SD40-2 8184 is pushing a coal train east. I shot it while staaying at the Greenbrier across the road.
Amtrak ALCO RS3 114 and 136 were Pennsylvania 8604 and New york Central 8291. I shot them at the Amtrak facility at the old New Haven Northup Avenue yard.
I shot the BUDD RDC-1's at the remains of the Charles Street Roundhouse in Providence. They have the "McGinnis" paint scheme on the front.
I shot the Washington Terminal RS-1 switching the Union Station while I waited for a train to Roanoke.