Single Lackawanna F3 leads the short yard trips at Steamtown today.
Sacramento Northern 402, originally built by EMC for Western Pacific in 1939. Sold to Sacramento Northern in 1965, and eventually retired in 1981. Rescued from a deadline in Stockton in 1983 and d... (more)
Family day at the museum.
Southern Sisters: Southern GP30 No. 2594 and SD40 No. 3170 rest in the yard at Grand Junction.
During the late evening ours catch SR 5000 leading TVRM 225 the Dinner Train Special to the siding on the Chattanooga Belt Line near Polk St. The head end brakemen will tie the four ... (more)
SOU 5000 at the Depot.
The sun begins to rise over the new addition to the Lake Shore Railway Museum, the C&O 8272, restored to Chessie System paint at CSX's Huntington, WV shops.
CP 1608, donated to Exporail in 2013, rests near the shop on a scorching afternoon.
C&O For Progress!The second of two heritage schemed locomotives to be released by the CSX Huntington Locomotive Shops has escaped the paint booth and awaits finishing touches for pi... (more)
The C&O Dash 7 8272 has returned to its birthplace at the GE Transportation Plant in Erie. The locomotive is positioned outside the GE Customer Innovation Center before its final move to the Lakes... (more)
Southern GP38-2 "class unit" #5000 is displayed at the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum's Grand Junction Terminal shortly after repainting into the classic "tuxedo" scheme. Jo... (more)
Southern units 3170 / 2594 / 5000 take a pose at TVRM`s Grand Jct yard.
C&NW Nights at the Illinois Railway Museum.
A high-hood gathering: Three Tuxedoes and a TAG at Grand Junction. (taken during the Southern Railway Historical Association's night photo session at Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum's "Gran... (more)
Three Southern Railway EMD high hoods enjoy the publicity at TVRM's Grand Junction.