Variety at Corwith
A Bluebonnet GP38 takes headroom at Corwith Yard's east end.
Santa Fe Corwith Yard, now under ownership of BNSF Railway, shot from my Toronto-bound Porter flight back in 2010.
BNSF Corwith Yard from the air.
An assortment of heritage-ridden locomotives wait for the day they'll be called back to service as they sit quietly in Corwith.
Three almost identical noses, ready for morning departures west.
Corwith is a working museum of BNSF power.
Victims of the sluggish economy, dozens of units sit in Corwith, laid up in good order.
A long lash-up of AC motors, compensating for icy conditions, uncouples from a cut of well cars.
Looks like the lease is about up on these EMD SD60s. Corwith's engine area was full of them, both in and out of service.
A motley collection of power sits in one of the lines at Corwith's engine facility.
A line of six EMDX SD60s broken up by one EMDX geep (next to last). These look like a dead line, except there appears to be exhaust, so maybe they were idling.
Remember when this would be the starting blocks for Q trains?