From the John W. Barriger III National Railroad Library, M&StL at Gowrie, IA.
From the John W. Barriger III National Railroad Library, Dalhart, TX
:LOL: The dual sealed beam headllights atop the short hood were called "frog eyes" by some.
I miss the sight and fresh cut log smell of...
From February 1984 at Montgomery, AL and Prattville, AL, the ICG's Mill Job is rolling west to a large paper mill. Within a few years, the ICG...
I'm reading Paul Pietrak's Buffalo Rochester & Pittsburgh Railway (c. 1992, Second Ed.) and find that the road owned two streamlined gas cars. In...
Kind of a neat contrast in the above photo, with an ancient E-6 and a brand new Sears Tower.
I'm now thinking a mix of these is my best bet. Being an eastern road, the foliage should be thick and that'll help out too.
Oh, I forgot about that. :( I've not found this in any of my M-T cars, but it's been a while since I've looked at some. I have a pair of M-T...
Or I should have made the entire mountain removable. :)
I need to look at these pictures more closely! Looks like DL-109s. The SOU owned only 3 A Units and 3 B Units.
You have a good eye Doug, very interesting. The PRR did own dual service FP-7s, but @Point353's 9690 wasn't one of them.
That, and I was hoping to pull the exposed edge down tight to close the gap.
Yep, that's it. :) aka, Brunswick Green.
In the case of M-T's freight cars, the floors would be easy to replace I'm guessing. Unless a new floor would be instantly noticeable to...
From 03/10/1985 at Montgomery, AL.
SAL car 2028, built 1936 by St. Louis Car Co. for service in Florida.
With the Meadowgold dairy plant to the right, my guess is 16th Street interlocking in Chicago.
New Haven's Comet, right? Wow.
A year later in 1941, Otto Kuhler streamlined Ps-4 1380 for the Tennessean. I may be overlooking something, but this is the only streamlined SOU...
Two years beyond our cutoff time was SAL 868 from 1940. The SAL streamlined two Class P 4-6-2s for use on the Wildwood <=> Tampa/St. Pete section...