As I recall this was coming thru the former C of G Yard. There so many in those days I still marvel that they are gone. The show was over by 1974 though.
Something about the Alco trucks makes these look better. Photo by Tom Sink. I miss him.
Date approximate. Originally ACL . Few get rattier than this one.
Date approximate. Originally ACL Actually looks like the L&N yard.
Date approximate. Originally ACL
Northbound inbound train on the CSX to nowhere, the former SAL main, now truncated in northern North Carolina. This train would run to the north end of the yard and back in, the default way of do... (more)
SOO got 10 of these very early version 30s (Note the little fairing between the engine compartment and the radiator). Photo by unknown.
Looking resplendent in one of the best cheapo paint jobs, this new unit is out back at the old enginehouse.
Another classy repaint. From my collection. Photo by Tom Sink.
An undergrad at MP, graduate of UP, and locomotive emeritus in a great paint scheme, this unit has finished switching for a good part of the day and is heading for home rails and return to Brewste... (more)
Originally UP, this unit has found a good home where they love this model, and idles beside the gigantic quarry at the end of this line.
UP 26 sitting near the Ogden Union Station approximately 20 years after retirement and now part of the Utah State Railroad Museum.
UP 3985 being serviced next to the UP Salt Lake City shops. The shops now belong to Utah's Frontrunner light rail and the logo has been removed.
An westbound BNSF train with Boeing 737 fuselages and other components heading for final assembly in Renton, Washington.