After the other end of Y101's power derailed as they were leaving North side 1, they refused to enter our yard until the track was fixed. This left the slug set shown here ;
'trapped' for a coupl... (more)
MP15AC built for the SCL waits to go to work at Ivorydale.
Southbound by Waterworks with a pair of SD40-2s.
C&O B30-7 and a U30B at the New River Yard office. Photo taken on RR property with permission.
Picking up our train at Tylersville Rd. crossing on a cold winter afternoon.
Operation Red Block unit waits on next assignment at the station in Wildwood.
Basking in the morning sun with a cut of cars to or from the Belt Line.
Heading south the old way.
Picking up SW1500 from the I-yard with help of Rail Serve track crew dealing with frozen switches.
Q217 gets underway after a quick crew change at Hamilton.
Heading west up the Indy side with an F7B and another geep. Joe McDaniels photo from a negative in my collection.
Former SP GP9 idles away in the early morning frost and light as we prepare to pull the NS inbounds for the P&G plant.
With the FLSX 1 down with major mechanical problems, USRX rented us a nice ex-CR GP38-2 to switch the mill. Here we were pulling the river track in the morning.
CSX Q506 heads south the old way with a pair of CN wide cabs and a CSX GP38-2.
Conductor L. Hubbard and myself as we prepare to run the last train out of the Smart Paper (formerly Champion) mill. The first train came in Nov. 1898. Caboose in tow, GMRY 783, was restored to it... (more)