Built in 1976 for the Department of Transportation, DOT U30C 001 spent it's career at the DOT's test facility east of Pueblo, Colorado. After retirement the unit was donated and now stands in down... (more)
Southern Pacific GE U33C 8684 and 8670 at a scrap yard in Fort Worth, Texas.
Norfolk & Western GE U30B 8492 with two SD40-2s at Roanoke, Virginia on March 29, 1977. Roster of N&W U30Bs (1930-1964, 8365-8514)
An eastbound Burlington Northern freight behind U23C 5204 and a pair of EMDs approaches Cicero Yard past the commuter station at La Vergne, IL. BN 5204, an ex-CB&Q unit, was one of just eight U23C... (more)
PRR GE U28C 6531 (PRR 6520-6534) Photo from my collection, no photographer information on slide.
The four SP "Daylight" engines, led by 7032, sit in the rain on a cold, dreary day in the Eugene Yard.
A trio of U50C's waits in the ready track for their next train east.
In April 1968 the IC took delivery of 10 General Electric U33C's 3300-h.p. (5050-5059) 5055 wrecked & retired 9/69.
As winter storm Harper dies down, The Finger Lakes Railway GY-1 switches cars in the Geneva Yard with U23B 2201, painted in the Lehigh Valley's Cornell Red scheme. Locomotives:FGLK 220... (more)
Squaw Creek's U33Cs 5752 and 3809, seen here with empties, were I believe the last of their kind to remain active in the U.S.
A U-Boat With Extra Props
After a long career as a road engine, Louisville & Nashville U25B 1606 is now working in yard service and on mine runs. It’s now getting extra tractive ef... (more)
Three-builder lineups could still be found in Louisville & Nashville’s Corbin, Kentucky yard in the early 1980’s. Here a U25B, an SD40, and a C420 occupy adjacent tracks.
A pair of Louisville & Nashville U-boats occupies the track behind the engine house in Corbin, Kentucky. U30C 1570 is in Family Lines paint, while U23B 2709 is pure L&N.
A Louisville & Nashville U25B in fresh Family Lines paint mingles with an SD40-2 in the classic yellow-nose L&N scheme at the engine house in Corbin, Kentucky. Before the year is out, the Seaboar... (more)
Doing a little switching prior to heading west for the train swap.