In the late 1960s/early 70s, Brooklyn's Bush Terminal Railroad was known as the home of some of GE's first diesels, a group of seven 60-ton, 300hp mini-hood units built in 1931 that turned out to ... (more)
On a misty fall morning, a former New Haven RDC now sporting Metro North colors has just departed from the Dover Plains, NY, station in the background, bound for Brewster and a Grand Central conne... (more)
Shortly after Penn Central's takeover of the New Haven, several NH RDCs received this quickie patch paint job in which the NH heralds on the ends of the cars were obliterated with a swath of PC gr... (more)
Two westbound E-44s with a sister dead-in-tow are climbing the short, sharp grade from the Port Road to the Enola Branch. It's almost startling to see the graffiti-free boxcars of 40 years ago. ... (more)
Built in 1954, the former Union Pacific 293 is at the IHB's Blue Island Yard awaiting movement east to Naporano Iron & Metal for scrapping. Tom Golden photo.
In the summer of 2004 the 2000T locomotives had already been retired a couple of years ago and of the 3000T Series only 353,005 survived. This locomotive was exclusively responsible for the tracti... (more)
Pilgrimage train, back from Lourdes.
After some repairs in Meiningen Steam Locomotive Works, BB 262 of the heritage railway Sauschwänzlebahn arrived in Blumberg behind the former Deutsche Bundesbahn diesel locomotive 211 041. The sta... (more)
When the CIWL Pullman and restaurant cars went out of service due to modernization in the 1960’s to 1980’s, some were converted into cruise service cars for trave... (more)