An unused 50-Tonner sits in the bushes at the AllRail facility.
This GE 50-tonner was built in 1941 for Alcan and is now parked at AllRail (also know as Ronsco), it is no longer in use as far as I know.
Elmhurst Chicago Stone 50 tonner SU545 rests at the quarry on the west side of Elmhurst, IL in July of 1986. The quarry was located next to the C&NW mainline and frequently used ore jennies in its... (more)
Former GATX GE 50-ton #2 parked at Ronsco Inc's locomotive and railcar maintenance and repair facility in Coteau-du-Lac.
A South Brooklyn Railway switcher pulls a string of New York City subway Type D Triplex cars through the South Brooklyn yard during a fan trip. This was truly exotic subway mileage, as there is no... (more)
Powerrail Locomotive Services GE 50 tonner serves as their shop switcher in Monroe, Georgia and is seen tied down with a former SP SD45T-2 (JLCX 2833)
What appears to be an interesting train is merely the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad's GE 50-ton diesel #1, named the "Hot Shot" (in honor of the firefighters who battled larg... (more)
Georgetown Loop Railroad engine number 130 leads the last train of the day downgrade across the Devil's Gate High Bridge on a chilly May 16, 2015 in Georgetown, CO.
The birthplace of modern freight cars, National Steel Car. At this location in Hamilton, Ontario, boxcars, covered and open hoppers, auto racks, gondolas and now tank cars are fabricated, the firs... (more)
In the early 1940s, General Electric built some small diesel locomotives as part of the war effort. Among the models offered was the 50-Ton, which were all constructed for the US Navy and feature... (more)
In golden evening light, National Steel Car's GE 50-ton critter # 10 shoves a cut of new CSXT racks into the company yard.
50 Ton switching brand new auto racks at the National Steel Car plant in the industrial area of Hamilton.
NSCX 11 shoves a cut of brand new TTX well cars into the shipping yard while some workers wait to exit the property after a hard days work.
NSCX 11 moves a string of well cars out of the manufacturing area while an impatient supervisor for another industry creeps forward in a red truck.
NSCX 12 performs some Sunday switching in the massive yards surrounding National Steel Car.