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  1. G.E. Electric Switcher Loco

    G.E. Electric Switcher Loco

    Loco built in the 1920s for the Companhia Paulista de Estradas de Ferro.
  2. GLRR #14 on the road

    GLRR #14 on the road

    Shay #14 leaves the Georgetown Loop for the last time, headed for the Colorado Railroad Museum. Photo by Dave Schaaf.
  3. Ohio loco

    Ohio loco

    WE 2706 GP35 renumbered 200 and repainted in an Ohio bicentennial theme. Kent,Ohio Feb.04.
  4. CNW 8679

    CNW 8679

    CNW locomotive 8679 was on a desert siding all by itself somewhere near Mojave CA in 1997.
  5. Belfast & Moosehead Lake RR

    Belfast & Moosehead Lake RR

    This is the desiel switcher the Belfast and Moosehead Lake RR uses in Belfast Maine for their excursion train.
  6. GOT PAINT!

    GOT PAINT!

    SP yard switcher in action in a North Houston yard in 1997.
  7. Houston Terminal Loco

    Houston Terminal Loco

    Houston Terminal locomotive awaiting its next assignment. Houston Tx 1997
  8. South Orient Freight

    South Orient Freight

    South Orient freight train approaching tower 55 in Dallas Texas in 1997
  9. King Arthur's Motion

    King Arthur's Motion

    The Motion/Cross-Head, etc., on Preserved "King Arthur" Class 4-6-0. This loco belongs to The National Railway Museum, York, England. I took this photo when it was running on the "Great Central Railway", Loughborough, in recent years. (See a 'complete' photo of this engine...
  10. B.R./S.R. Pacific Nameplate

    B.R./S.R. Pacific Nameplate

    It's 're-built' S.R. Pacific "BOSCASTLE" again! This is the Nameplate.
  11. Maroc Brush Loco - detail

    Maroc Brush Loco - detail

    This loco was built by "Brush Traction", Loughborough, U.K., for Marocco "ONCF" as a shunting loco! Engine by Cummins. This picture is part of a Painting I did for Cummins. GUY. (U.K).



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