Ex-DT&I GP38 200 now completely in GTW colors, and became fully GTWized in the 6000 series.
Stored DT&I GP35,s and GP38's on the deadline at Flat Rock, Michigan on February 12, 1983. The DT&I GP35's didn't last long on the GTW.
The transaction of the DT&I sale to the GTW were carried out in 1980. Upon completion of the sale, the DT&I retained its name for a brief period of time and was operated as the DT&I Division of th... (more)
LSRC 304 heads North past one of the few remaining C&O R-2 style signals on the Saginaw Subdivision
Detroit, Toledo & Ironton GP38-2 226, GP40 405, GP38-3 225 and GP40 401 leads train out of Flat Rock, Michigan DT&I yards, now new owner GTW in February 1982.
Passing under power lines that almost mimic the track layout of Delray, CP T-40 heads back to Windsor, Ontario after interchanging with NS at Oakwood Yard. Delray is one of the last manned interlo... (more)
After pulling the daily passenger train C&H #3 pulls into the DT&M Roundhouse for servicing. On the left of her is her new cistern which was completed in 2017. With the addition of a new wooden ca... (more)
Pere Marquette 1225 leads the Steam Railroading Institute's 'Curwood Highlander' excursion into its destination of Owosso, MI. The train departed from Alma and ran over the Great Lakes Central Rai... (more)
An Lake Superior & Ishpeming dock crew works their ore dock near Marquette, MI while the Herbert C. Jackson ore carrier takes on taconite ore. The ship will leave later that evening. While visitin... (more)
Following a brief (but heavy) fall shower, Indiana Northeastern's only six-axle locomotives drip-dry in the late afternoon sun in front of the railroad's main office, which once served as the New ... (more)
BNSF 8204 and a former BNSF SD75M leads the afternoon all rail ore train empties (plus some manifest) west on the Canadian National at Goose Lake, near Eagle Mills, MI. The Former C&NW line typica... (more)
Tanking at Smith's Creek. About every 4th trip around the Greenfield Village, the park's shuttle train needs to stop for water. Just a couple of hundred feet west of the Smith's Creek Stat... (more)
Circling 300 years of Americana. Shortly after departing Susquehanna Station, Weiser Railroad Locomotive #1 "Edison" hauls the Greenfield Village shuttle train past the Farris Win... (more)
Running the back 40. Running around the circumference of Henry Ford's Greenfield Village every 30 minutes, the 2.5 mile Weiser Railroad provides a shuttle service to transport park visitors... (more)
Edison on the point. Weiser Railroad Locomotive #1 "Edison" hauls the regular daily shuttle train through the Farms District at Henry Ford's Greenfield Village in Dearborn, Michigan on a b... (more)