During the brief period that the Susquehanna was the court-appointed operator of the Delaware & Hudson, D&H train PYRP (Potomac Yard – Rouses Point) crosses the Lehigh River to enter the yard at A... (more)
An eastbound Conrail train from Reading and points beyond crosses the Lehigh River to enter the yard at Allentown, Pennsylvania.
Two Conrail SD50’s bring an empty hopper train across the connector between the former Reading main line and the Reading Belt Line.
A westbound Conrail manifest approaches Titus as it occupies the connector between the former Reading main line and the Reading Belt Line. In the distance, the train can be seen rounding the curve... (more)
The abandoned rails of the New Jersey Zinc Company’s yard at West Hazard, Pennsylvania lay silent as Conrail train OICG rolls past. Three consecutively numbered C30-7A;s have a GP38-2 in tow to be... (more)
Conrail train ALCG (Allentown – Corning) rolls past the remains of the New Jersey Zinc Company plant at West Hazard (Palmerton), Pennsylvania. The motive power for today’s train is a little out of... (more)
Reflected in the relatively still waters of the Lehigh River, Conrail train OICG (Oak Island – Corning) rolls through the Lehigh Gap, which once hosted three mainline railroads. The train is on th... (more)
CP/D&H Train 557 gets out of Binghamton, New York on a nice late December day. Binghamton had an unbroken string of Alco-design diesels leading road trains, starting with the Erie/DL&W/EL and the ... (more)
This little three foot gauge 2-8-0 at the Colorado Railroad Museum has a long and varied history. As the Denver, South Park and Pacific learned that their Mason Bogie locomotives were too light on... (more)
Chicago & North Western GP7 4207 leads a local freight past the grain silos at Little Suamico, Wisconsin.
Lone Chicago & North Western C628 6716 leads Escanaba – Green Bay train ESGB-A through Little Suamico, Wisconsin.
Making a run for Green Bay, Chicago & North Western GP7 4207 leads a local freight over the small bridge at Suamico, Wisconsin.
I made several trips to Brockville, Ontario, with a primary goal of capturing MLW’s in service on VIA, CN, and CP. Of course, there were many non-MLW trains that passed through town, including thi... (more)
The winter of 1985 apparently wasn’t too bad, as CN plow 55501 doesn’t show too much wear since being released from the paint shop the previous December.
A Canadian National RS18 growls through Brockville, Ontario with an eastbound peddler. Meanwhile, the SW120... (more)