One locomotive, two numbers.
Wearing its two different numbers EL 3358 and NJT 4158. U34CH is going through a rebuilding process at the ex-CNJ shops at E-Port, NJ 01/27/1979
Just days off the erecting floor at GE’sErie, Pennsylvania, plant, spotless U25B 230 with two older sisters leads a freight up the approach to the Harry S Truman Bridge at Birmingham Missouri. Onc... (more)
Waiting for a call on a freight train east, three Rock Island locomotives rest at Rio Grande’s North Yard in Denver, Colorado, in August 1979. Motley lettering on some swapped doors decorating the... (more)
L784 rolling through the town of Collins
From my slide collection. Photo by Mark Clark
GC U23B #3957 leads train L784 past the SAL depot built in 1930. The depot new serves at a community center.
GC U23B #3957 leads intermodal train L784 towards Vidalia for interchange with the HOG.
Southern History: An ex Southern Railway U23B passes a Southern caboose in downtown Pembroke. I wonder if these two have met at some point in their former lives on the Southern.
Georgia Central U23B's #3911 & #1004 ready to meet the torch. It was a sad sight.
Georgia Central intermodal train L784 swings through the small community of Ohoopee on its way to Vidalia to interchange with the Heart of Georgia Railroad.
An ex Southern U23B and ex ATSF GP30 power intermodal train L784 through the small south Georgia town of Meldrim.
Engineer David White gives a wave on train L784 pounding the CSX diamonds at Alabama Junction. Ex Southern Railway U23B #3957 leads with its original P5 horn.
An unusual GE lash-up makes a rare appearance in Hobart on the Elgin Joliet & Eastern Porter Line. The U28B's have just made a set-out and are seen here returning to the N&W (ex NKP) main where th... (more)
Still looking good in a fairly fresh early paint scheme.