After calling a quit on Christmas Eve, We posed our GP-40 for a few photos.The old MILW veteran is decked out for the holidays.
GREEN MACHINES!, Our former CNW SD40-2 and MILW GP-40 finally wear matching colors. Here the pair is resting after working hard over the weekend.
Fresh out of paint in the Bosses favorite colors is GP40 #2064.Shes wearing the #2302 for an event.This unit used to wear tattered MILW bandit paint.
Pipe moves in by rail and out by truck here at Americas Central Port.Our IT painted SD40-2 is tied onto to some loads as a truck of outbound pipe rolls out.
Inbound unit pipe train on Mr. Respondeks Port Habor Railroad at Americas Central Port.IT inspired painted #2301 provides the muscle.
First run for an old bandit for Its new owner.Engineer Mark skillfully guides an old MILW bandit on Her first run working for new owner Respondek Railroad Corp.Here bringing in some loads for cust... (more)
This old 1967 built geep wears another new number.She looks kind of plain right now, but will be lettered up in the spring.She gets the job done for Us ,day after day.
Posed for the WGRF ! The WGRF met in St. Louis and We staged Our active motive power for the group.Here the @2301 shows off Her newly inspired Illinos Terminal lettering while the former CP #4615 ... (more)
Still a work in progress! The recently redone #4615 shows off Her new scheme after many hours of work removing the CP lettering and paint work.
Extra power for the Respondek Railroad empire sits parked on the Port Harbor Railroad.The lines includes a GP-9, GP-11,SD40-2, GP-40 and a SW1200RS .
Port Harbor power awaits the call to duty!
Once a proud and very clean member of the Manufacturers Railway roster, this switcher looks a little rough since being owned by FTRL and leased to a local port.
The Port Harbors six axle power is posed on the south loop for the local chamber of commerce.
Passenger Special on the Port Harbor! Running on both the TRRA and PHRR,
this 3 car train ran from Union Station in St. Louis over too and around the Americas Central Port and back to Union Stat... (more)