EMD's of all kinds have gathered at the LTEX shops in McDonald, Ohio. Some engines will get a new lease on life, while this is the final resting place for many others.
With the recent influx of older BNSF EMD's, the collection at Larry's has grown even more colorful. Now, in addition to the usual schemes of former DMIR, NS, BNSF and other miscellaneous railroad... (more)
An assortment of engines of all kinds are presented in this view of LTEX's locomotive shops.
Sitting at the end of one of the many tracks at LTEX, BNSF 1484 and several other engines face a uncertain future.
It's undeniable that there truly is quite the array of power to be seen sitting in the LTEX shops. From SW1500's to C30-7's, and Duluth, Missabe and Iron Range to Ohio Central, there's plenty her... (more)
all i can say is WOW!
Here is the old LTEX paint. The next time this engine gets leased out, I would imagine it would be repainted into the silver, blue, & red.
A four truck center cab. Former CHG&E, number unknown.
Here is the scrap tracks at LTEX.
Possibly the last photo of the very rare SD24 #2401. As you can see, WC never painted the locomotive.
This switcher was shipped out this very day headed to Birmingham, AL.
LTEX 854 is former B&LE 854. These two SD9's were scrapped Fall 2004.
One of the odd balls at LTEX is this Olympic Mills Service locomotive.
Former SP 2757 with its fuel tank missing.
Former CR 8982 waits its fate on the LTEX dead tracks.