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These are photographs I made of 6900’s at East Yard in Los Angeles, Ogden and Sacramento many years ago.
MORNING STEAM-UP AT CHAMA
These are images of the preparations of the locomotives used for a snow plowing train at Chama, New Mexico. I do not recall the exact date, but I believe they were taken in the 1980’s. The C&TS RR opened … Continue reading
DURANGO D&RGW, 1965 IMAGES
These photographs were made during a visit to Durango, Colorado in 1965. Enjoy! The Old Machinist
PFE ICE DOCK
These are images scanned from my 1969 Salt Lake City slides. This is a standard PFE ice dock. It is long gone. Click to enlarge images.
THE AT&SF DEPOT AT SANTA FE SPRINGS
The AT&SF depot building, formerly located at the Santa Fe Springs station, is long gone. However, a replica depot was built for display in a park within the City of Santa Fe Springs, California as part of a railroad exhibit. It … Continue reading
MORE CT&S SNOWPLOW IMAGES
I have been using these images of a CUMBRES & TOLTEC SCENIC RAILROAD snow clearance train, that I obtained while I was a paying paying rider of the charter train that followed, as my computer screen saver file. They deserve … Continue reading
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