ALCos and MLWs in the USA
- Pictorial -

On this page I temporarily present pictures that haven't yet found their home in a separate chapter of the ALCo World. That way, they're indexed in the search engine.

Adirondack 25 RSC-2 no. 25 on display at Utica, NY just adjacent the Amtrak station. October 3rd, 2003.

Rolf Stumpf photo
Mount Rainier Two RSD-1 of Mount Rainier Scenic Railway in Mineral, Washington. Unfortunately both are out of service, the one on the left is a parts unit, and they were in the middle of a truck swap out.

Joseph Wessel photo

Port of Royal Slope Port of Royal Slope RR operates between Othello and Royall City, Washington. They use RSX-4 ("MRS-1") no.B-2070 for their trains.

Joseph Wessel photo

S4 Alco S4 stored at Becker Sand and Gravel Lillington, NC.

George Newport photo

HH600 # 770 employed by Port of Longview, WA (still around in Sept. 98!) on June 3rd, 1995. It's an ex-NP unit.

Sheldon Perry photo

Maine Coast 367 (RS-11)

R.T. Dowling photo

Greg McDonnell photo
"NKP 324", an RSD-5 at Albany, OR, September 5th, 1998.

Rolf Stumpf photo

Former VIA FPA-4 6771 of the Cuyahoga Valley RR, now numbered 15 with an excoursion train at Peninsula OH, spring 1994

Nick Chase photo

The Western Pennsylvania Railroad Historical Society has preserved ex-USA S1 7371. The locomotive was bought through the DRMS program from the Aberdeen, MD Proving Grounds. It appears to be one of the early S1 judging from its rivited cab. 7371 was ship once shipped over to Europe, but we haven't been able to tell exactly when, how long, or were exactly at in Europe. Once returning it saw little use and was stored indoors. The only damage that we encounted was some pitting on the number 1 left barring. In november, we removed the axle and had the being turned. She is currently stored servicable at our Museum in New Castle, PA. Brandon Denucci~WPRHS INC.

WPRHS photo

Andy Inserra photo

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Last update 23.10.03