Needed to add another picture to the recent cat series on Railpictures. This one proudly sits on an Alco product built in Montreal in 1917-22, belonging to the FS 735 series.
It's freezing cold
... and the cat was sitting outside for 20 minutes, watching the photographer who watched the steam trains at the deep mine Wulong. Finally a train left the mine t... (more)
Nevada Northern Railway’s official machine shop cat, lovingly named “Dirt”, will rest comfortably over the next few evenings while locomotives #40 and #93 cool down inside the confines of the shop... (more)
"THE RAILROAD KITTY"... The merger of the C&O Railroad with B&O Railroad and Western Maryland Railway in 1972, gave way to the formation of the Chessie System. This new companies logo w... (more)
Chessie System’s famous “sleeping kitten” logo still adorns the side of Chesapeake and Ohio 50-foot boxcar No. 21054—now being used by Iowa Interstate maintenance-of-way as storage at Atlantic, Io... (more)
The modern and well kept MTA Corona Yard has a feline trespasser. I watched with trepidation as the visitor came near the third rail yet this pussy didn't self immolate. Truly nine lives were with... (more)
DuBois, PA 7/20/2012 - Rusting on the side of a long forgotten box car, the Chessie cat sleeps peacefully.
A small hopper car in the middle of a CSX Q370 still holds it true colors. Sometime soon, Chessie Cat will fall victim to the Boxcar.
C&O #904138 still serves the Howell Yard in Evansville Indiana, it still wears its original Chessie System logo that was painted years ago.
This box car still wears its original Chessie System paint after years of service on the rails.
One unique Cat The famous Chessie silhouetted cat still finds itself adorning the sides of this C&O caboose built by the Fruit Growers Express in 1980. This bay window caboose was part of... (more)
As three passengers wait to board Amtrak's westbound Cardinal for Chicago, an eastbound loaded coal drag struggles over the final of the three stiff grades along the New River Subdivision a... (more)
Inside the art deco inspired Prince, West Virginia Amtrak station. Here you can see the tile Chessie system logo that is part of the floor.
This former Chessie System (B&O) trailer is now spending its retirement hauling bales of pine needles for Plyer Farms, based out of Pageland, SC.
Purr-fect Transportation Thirty-nine years later, Chessie can still be found sleeping on her pillow. This pop art style of logo was the brainchild of Franklyn Carr in 1972 by combining a s... (more)