Ex Yankeetown Dock, ex NC Ports, this unit may never have operated on OHCR. Jerry Joe was a collector.
A tour of the Walt Disney facility finds this Baldwin Locomotive Works No 4, named after Roy O Disney sits outside the shops ready for service hauling passengers.
Just an everyday scene at BNSF's Topeka shops. As often as this scene repeats itself, I rarely stop in to document it. However, while down there for something else, I decided to spend some pixel... (more)
F units are getting ready for days holiday train at Mapleton shops
I thought these didn't carry or MU fuel but this one has a filler and somebody has put or tried to put diesel into it recently. Abandoned experiment?
Getting a bath before getting a paint job. This was on of the first locomotives at the start of an empire. Here a worker is pressure washing the unit. After that it was stripped with MEK and p... (more)
Nee L&N, ex SBD unit displaying a new YN1 paint job.
Originally ATSF purchased from BNSF.
A brand new Norfolk Southern ET44AC (Tier 4 GEVO) is on the point of NS train #141. The train was tied down waiting for a crew at "Shops" in Meridian, MS. The second unit is a Canadian N... (more)
"South Shore Freight" scene at Shops, near Carroll avenue in Michigan City Indiana.
Not long after being converted the mom and slug are looking good, well, okay, in the morning sun.
A Roger Puta photograph
Prior to their current orange & maroon colors the South Shore freight motors wore this blue & yellow paint scheme.
Muzzled, second order unit.
Back in the good old days when we doing business here and could wander around at will. The first order of these were best. They came along before the government ruined that great GE chug.