American Freedom Train Project. One of the most difficult of the cars' displays was this scale replica of the route map.
American Freedom Train Project. The before and after of the Lunar Rover display.
American Freedom Train Project. Posing at Dachshundville on the MadCoW. Extensive rework has been done with more to go.
American Freedom Train Project. Window display car No.41.
American Freedom Train Project car No.41
A rare treat as the FP45B unit shows up in an employee special train. This unit is part of a three unit set of A-B-A used on the "Guernsey...
Those boys are getting a good shaking as M.C.O.W. Ry 8960 rolls by. At least the grafitti is family friendly!
Not too many years left for ore jennies like this, but it is one of many still in service on the MadCoW Route.
Ex-CNW commuter F7's relegated to freight service on the M.C.O.W.. These units are leading a manifest past the quarry.
Two MadCow GP35's bracket a GP30 on a westbound rock train. It is from this quarry that the famous "Pink Lady" ballast is harvested.
MadCow SD40T-2 leads an EMD cousin westbound on the Ablemann high bridge. The quarry is just to the right of this photo.
F7's pull into Dachshundville with a shippers special.