This last time I saw this unit there was a question as to whether it would ever run again. It's not looking very pretty but everything works and that beautiful "turbo free" EMD 16-645 i... (more)
Built in 1972 for the Yankeetown Dock Railroad, this unit was once dressed up in Bi-Centennial colors as #1776. Today, the unit still earns its keep for the Respondek Railroad Corporation at Yanke... (more)
A pair of Yankeetown Docks BiCentennial painted units were at the engine facility in Yankeetown
Once the companion of Alligators, this ex-SOU unit has a more mundane, ex-BN partner by this time. They have brought the daily train down to unload at the usual ambling gait. These old "Boats" m... (more)
Photo taken with permission.
Former coal haulers doing what they have done for many years.Now owned by the Respondek Railroad these units ran on a staged train for visiting railfans.
Squaw Creek Southern SDP35 #11 sits outback behind the shop building at Yankeetown. Thanks to Terry Respondek for allow access to get this shot.
Squaw Creek Southern's former Yankeetown Dock SD38-2 sits behind the shop building in Yankeetown. Thanks to Terry Respondek for allow access to get this shot.
ISRR 4037 brings a loaded coal train southbound at Yankeetown,IN. Fuji Provia 100F
set of power painted BiCentennial colors Yankeetown, IN
pick your nose II. Former Algers, Winslow & Western SD9 poses with Indiana Southern GP40 #4042 making for a nice comparison of the high nose, rounded cab roof of the first generation SD9 compared ... (more)
Peabody geeps on a coal train at Yankeetown
Complete with Indian head logo, Squaw Creek Coal's RSD15's looked sharp in their yellow scheme.
Squaw Creek Coal's RSD15's looked sharp in their yellow scheme.
Two of the ex-AWW SD9's sit outside the Squaw Creek shops on a nice sunny morning