TTX’s unique logo has been recently applied to a freshly-repainted Union Pacific autorack at the De Soto car shop in Missouri on September 29, 2011.
A Union Pacific autorack gets painted Armour yellow at the railroad’s car shop at De Soto, Missouri, on September 28, 2011.
North of Deming by about 30 miles is the Southwestern's small yard and shop at Hurley. Seen here is one of there ex ATSF GP30's in the company's new paint. This is the only unit painted like this.
In late 1982, The South Branch Valley was busy improving its infrastructure, as witnessed by this tie train at McNeill, West Virginia, just south of the “trough”. The improvements were short-lived... (more)
218 393 heads a push-pull measuring train.
It appears Rail Switching Service is adding another GP9 to its fleet. This unit (which does not currently show up on their roster) was spotted being serviced at the BNSF engine facility in Denver... (more)
A small critter of unknown model sits next to radiation scanners at the Liberty Iron & Metal scrapyard facility in Erie, PA.
Former SP GP9 idles away in the early morning frost and light as we prepare to pull the NS inbounds for the P&G plant.
This critter sat at the Deer Lodge engine facility. Looks like a Joe is getting ready over at the next stall, just another day for the laborer.