A Denver-bound Santa Fe manifest skirts Palmer Lake in the Colorado town of the same name. The power consist is unusual, having three four-axle GE’s. Another notable feature is “D&RG 433”, a... (more)
Travelling between Monument and Palmer Lake, a Denver=bound Santa Fe manifest negotiates an S-curve on Colorado’s Joint Line.
A Santa Fe caboose punctuates a string of empty CWR cars leaving Palmer Lake, Colorado. The rock formation in the upper left is Palmer Lake’s Elephant Rock.
The open door policy indicates that the lead GP50 on this Santa Fe freight is giving the crew trouble as the train passes through Palmer Lake, Colorado.
After waiting for a Denver-bound train to clear the Joint Line’s single-track segment, a Santa Fe trainmore)
After a Denver-bound train. has passed, a Santa Fe crewman leaves his roll-by position and returns to tis power, which will... (more)
A Santa Fe manifest waits for clearance to enter the Joint Line’s single track as an opposing train headed by a Missouri Pacific SD40-2 arrives from the south. Although the Joint Line still sees... (more)
Not related to the current Indiana Eastern, the original Indiana Eastern served the towns of Shirley, Knightstown, and Carthage, Indiana. The slide is not labelled with a location, but I believe t... (more)
Back in the times whim Genesee & Wyoming orange was limited to a small area in upstate New York, G&W RS1 42 idles in the yard in Retsof, New York.
Two Amtrak roster rarities stand together at the Ivy City terminal in Washington, DC. Amtrak 47 was one of three Washington Terminal RS1’s that received Amtrak’s Phase III paint scheme. Amtrak... (more)
Arkansas & Missouri’s RS1 22 makes another photo stop at Frog Bayou, Arkansas.
An extended photo stop allowed time for multiple views of Arkansas & Missouri’s 1943 RS1 22 with a truss-rod wooden combine on a rain-soaked Boston Mountain viaduct south of Winslow, Arkansas.
Arkansas & Missouri’s 1943 RS1 22 poses with a truss-rod wooden combine on a rain-soaked Boston Mountain viaduct south of Winslow, Arkansas.
Winchester & Western’s sandman continues its uphill climb at Indian Hollow, Virginia.
The clouds on Sherman Hill finally opened up enough to allow a fully lit view of a 54=car eastbound TOFC train at Dale Junction, Wyoming.