One half of the yard switcher du jour. Considering their standards at the time one has to wonder why they bothered with the patch.
Back when the trains still ran here.
Pan Am Railways 3402 sits tied down in the yard with a BNSF GEVO that came off of G102.
The last of the stored locomotives at Ravenna. Two weeks previous they were buried in a sea of box cars,
A pair of SD40-2s pull into the yard at Aurora with a local.
Local power idles in the yard. BNSF 2595 & 1791.
EX L&N in a short-lived but nice modern paint scheme.
I remember being taken aback when first I saw these. No dynamics, no subtlety there, unique spotting feature of the C&NW. Photographer unknown. From my collection.
Somehow, though SP had hundreds, the U boats always seemed like rarities. I guess it was because they were first things stored, disliked by crews, etc. This one arriving from the Bay Area has mi... (more)
The spoilers have gotten to this one but not his companion. Photo by Mike Dolenski. Where are you Mikey?
Newly married and off to a new career in California and thrilled to see SP in it's native land. Back in the day when large crews decorated the end platforms and Alcos were rather commonplace.
Photographer unknown, from my collection.
A few SP GP-9s were built without dynamic brakes. They ended up in Bay Area Commuter service. This one has just finished up on train #142.
At sunset on a summer evening, a Boston & Maine SW9 works the largely empty yard at White River Junction, VT. Milepost 14 gives the distance to Windsor, where ownership of the Connecticut River Li... (more)