A Penn Central EMD 'E' unit that has seen better days sits sidelined near the Mad River and NKP Museum in Bellevue, OH. Her road number and her history is unknown. But from the looks of her rust... (more)
Under restoration in the Fort Wayne Railroad Historical Society's shop is Wabash Railroad caboose #2543. According to the FWRHS website, the caboose was built in the early 1900s and served the Wa... (more)
Still in her Winter slumber, NKP #765 sits in the Fort Wayne Railroad Historical Society shop and is having her stay bolts checked.
NKP #358 sits in the Fort Wayne Railroad Historical Society shop and is being restored to operating condition. This SD9 was one of twenty delivered to the NKP in either April or May of 1957 for u... (more)
NS 4134 waits for clearance to enter Conway Yard while two freight trains head eastbound on a nice Autumn day.
While visiting the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad, NKP 765 backs up over the bridge at Brecksville, Ohio on a beautiful Autumn day.
Prior to receiving her fancy yellow and gray paint scheme, DC to AC Conversion Unit 1801 was on the turn table facing off with RP-E4U slug 962 at the NS Altoona Shops.
An RP-E4U slug awaits repairs at the NS Shops for repairs. I counted no less than twenty-six locomotives waiting for repairs at the Juniata Shops this day.
SD90MAC #7332 is in the process of being converted into what I believe will be an SD70ACU while a shiny GP38-2 sits behind her.
Grand River Railroad leased power HZRX 8420 is performing switching duty at the mine for The Morton Salt Company. The Fairport mine, at one time, was the largest salt mine in the world. Of speci... (more)
PRR GG1 4913 sits on the turn table at the Railroader's Memorial Museum while the Blessed Sacrament Cathedral towers in the background.
A westbound gondola train climbs past mile marker 242 (lower left corner of photo) at the Horseshoe Curve in Altoona, PA.
While visiting the Cuyahoga Valley Railroad, NKP 765 (dressed up as 767) backs up through her own steam towards the boarding area at Independence, Ohio.
NS 7272 started out in life as a UP SD90MAC and is in the process of being converted to what I believe is an SD70ACU.
Sometimes it's not too easy to reach all of the side rod grease fittings that require lubrication. NKP 765 gets some lubrication maintenance by both the younger and older (veteran) members of the... (more)