ALCO sitting at a grain facility, Silver Bow Montana. ALCO was the American Locomotive Company, which built the first successful diesel electric locomotive. This locomotive was ex-Union Pacific No. 1166
Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway Company.;Railroads; locomotives;
Santa Fe Cabless GP-60B 8-31-95
A cabless B unit, or booster unit, is a diesel locomotive unit which does not have a driving cab, or crew compartment, and must therefore be controlled from another, coupled locomotive with a driving cab (an A unit).
Chicago and North Western Transportation Company; Railroad trains; Railroads;
Chicago and North Western Transportation Company (C&NW) No. 6829 and Denver and Rio Grande Western Railway Nos. 5351, 5514, and 5368 awaiting departure off the old Kaiser interchange track on a westbound Union Pacific export coal train.
Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad Company; Railroads; Railroad cars;
Denver and Rio Grande Western Scale Test Car, sitting at Provo, Utah. A scale test car is a type of railroad car in maintenance of way service. Its purpose is to calibrate the weighing scales used to weigh loaded railroad cars to ensure they are...
Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad Company; Railroads; Rio Grande Zephyr (Express train);
Rio Grande Zephyr at Provo, Utah.
The Rio Grande Zephyr was a passenger train operated by Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad between Denver, Colorado and Ogden, Utah. It operated from 1970 until 1983.
A Food Machinery and Chemical Corporation (FMC) covered hopper at Evanston, Wyoming.
A hopper car is a type of railroad freight car used to transport loose bulk commodities such as coal, ore, grain, track ballast, and the like. Covered hopper cars...