This 61 year old veteran GP7 of the Denver Rock Island Railroad is working The Cut, a ditch with track that connects two industrial areas in north Denver.
Yard remote reaches out from behind a cut of cars. This is a former SP B30-7.
A pair of new GEs head down the old CofG still in primer.
When NSM received three SD40-3s from Livingston Rebuild Center they traded in a number of older units, including SD18 1228. When the mining railroad experienced a need for extra power LRC loaned t... (more)
TASD 802 Heads to Alton and Southern Yard in East Saint Louis on a Transfer from 12th Street yard in Saint Louis. The little info I have gathered about this engine is that it used to be a MP15DC f... (more)
KCS 4694 still in primer paint heads west through the small cut and under old 24 overpass near Richvalley, Indiana.
A pair of brand new primered SD80ACes sit on flat cars waiting for their turn in CRCR's paint shops.
Denver Rock Island Railroad's GP7, built in 1951, still generates revenue as it did over a half a century ago by sorting freight in the small industrial yards.
Railway Supply Company refurbished a Virginia Blue Ridge SW1 for Kaiser Chemical, painting it a strange, buttery yellow, and numbering it using what look like Scotchlite stick-ons from an outdated... (more)