ex SBD 4620, nee SCL 4620
Yorkrail GP16 1734 rolls by the grade crossing at Nashville, PA.
The track and concrete footprint are all that remain of the RJ Corman locomotive shop in Guthrie, KY after being destroyed by fire on 10/5/2014. The 3 locomotives are still in the same spot they ... (more)
The Everett Railroad's crew is placing one of that road's two former-Conrail ballast hoppers on the Renaissance Nutrition spur in Martinsburg, PA in November 2004. The railroad was performing tra... (more)
Another "facelift" unit has invaded the area once reserved for interesting stuff.
The forces of the renumbering have not yet gotten to this unit which is showing the effects of six years of rugged service.
This westbound Yorkrail freight meets a CF7 at the quarry in Thomasville, PA.
A very recent patch job working the Gulf Coast at one of my favorite southern locations, not too busy and lots of roads showed up here.
Though not a really great rebuild the 16s were at least consistent in looks and features. This is an early renumber job with another of the early CSX rainbow units.
The Denver Rock Island Railroad’s GP7 ‘Galloping Gray Ghost’ works the sidings in an industrial area along I-70 in Denver.
A frigid Saturday morning finds the ND&W working east out of Okolona. Notice the severe lean of the train, a sign of the rough track conditions that plague this stretch of shortline railroading.
SCL In its latter days took a bunch of incredibly ratty old GP7s and 9s, chopped the nose and cleaned them up a little and turned out a model that became almost as iconic on shortlines as the ATSF... (more)
Decatur Junction #1607 and #1608 are in the process of being repainted exposing their true heritage.
A Yorkrail crew switches York yard
Not looking too bad in "stealth", except for that battery corrosion, this Tampa-built rehash of the GP7 was all alone with the crickets this day. Apparently about all Tampa did was dust... (more)