My Favourite Prince Street

Wright’s Cove

This started with a post on the Atlantic Rails Facebook group. I wanted to learn more about National Gypsum’s gypsum unloading operation at Wright’s Cove. As a model railroader interested in design I have long believed this subject would be… Read More ›

Down. On its knees.

00:01 Built in 1958, fmnut filmed TVA number F3060 at work in 1996 and introduces this film with this description: The last 6-axle FM built in the US was also the last to operate. Purchased new in 1958, this H16-66… Read More ›

“That sounds boring”

  The Indian Creek Railroad is just under five miles long. It is operated by its parent, the Kokomo Grain Company. It owns one locomotive: a former Southern Pacific RS11 that the ICR bought in 1982. Described as an “agricultural… Read More ›

The Matchbox

Closed, the matchbox is a advertisement for a brand. It’s entire surface area is dedicated to that statement. We know that there are matches inside and we don’t need to see them to trust that they’re there waiting for us… Read More ›