Volume 37, No. 10
Canadian Alcos Today
by Stephen Host — While the main Alco plant in Schenectady closed in 1969, Canadian affiliate Montreal Locomotive Works continued manufacturing new products until 1985. We track down the active units across the Great White North.
EMD Guts for Alco Glory
by R. Craig Rutherford — Many railroads replaced troublesome Alco 244 prime movers with engines from EMD to extend the life of their road-switchers.
by Steve Barry — The sole survivor of Rutland Railway’s Alco fleet soldiers on pulling Vermont Railway excursions around the Green Mountain State.
by Gregory E. Dziomba — Just a few months after the Conrail takeover, Conway Yard was a haven for big Alco road power.
When Alcos Came From GE: Part 1
by Jim Rowland — For a brief time, General Electric took over the old Erie Railroad shops at Hornell to rebuild retired Alcos for new owners.
Remembering Jim Shaughnessy
by Otto M. Vondrak — A master of composition and historian of the Northeastern railroad scene, we remember photographer Jim Shaughnessy.
Departures/commentary: Steve Barry
Railnews/top news stories and photos from our readers: Eric Berger
Transit Currents/transit news: Bob Gallegos
Capitol Lines/news from Washington: Don Phillips
Railroadiana/new product, book, and video reviews
Timetable/railroad event listings submitted by our readers
LocoNotes/diesel spotters: Kenneth M. Ardinger
Through My Lens/trackside adventures and memories: Kevin EuDaly
Preservation Topics/this stuff is old, man: James D. Porterfield
Markers/editorial commentary and musings