The faint trace of a New York Central cigar band logo on the nose of otherwise unlettered Conrail E8 4324 marks it as one of the ex-NYC E-units that were renumbered and equipped with PRR-style cab... (more)
Heavy maintenance of a BB 7200 in ghost livery
WE 6356 a former UP SD40-2 in full primer paint is todays leader on 223. At the moment of the shot 223 was working hartland setting out Monroeville cars that would eventually go to Berry Plastics
Union Pacific EMD SD70M No. 4609 has been sprayed with a coat of gray primer and dries in one of the paint shop bays at UP’s Downing B. Jenks Shop at North Little Rock, Arkansas, on May 19, 2015.
Here is the glamorous Venise Simplon Orient-Express in a not so glamorous landscape. The famous train must spend some time (with passengers on board) in the Noisy-le-Sec yard, in the Paris suburb,... (more)
MOW train waiting to crew.
NS 20R moves through Leets with Primer Cab 4047 leading. Having been rushed in service out of Roanoke before being painted.
A "ghost" E-Unit at Brunswick. (Rebuilt EMD E9AM; built as IC 4023 E8A, April, 1951.) The MARC station was designed by Ephraim Francis Baldwin, and opened in 1891.
The first India Rail locomotive from GE Transportation undergoes testing on the GE Test Track in Erie.Locomotives:IR 49001 ES43ACmiGECX 6002 AC60CW
Southern unit 2561 still in grey primer paint sits at the Oakridge, Tennessee facility, where other vintage locomotives are stored. Photo taken with permission.
E-44 No. 4405, in Conrail's initial "minimalist" paint scheme with no markings except cab numerals, leads the 4445, which has somehow survived with its yellow Pennsy cab numerals intact ... (more)
The Grey Ghost.. RRPX's former Bangor & Aroostook GP9 100 is parked on the tail track at Chester Junction.
MVPX units 1711 and 1751 sit inside the small yard at the Knoxville Locomotive Works waiting to be rebuilt into brand new units.
Photo taken with permission.