On a winter afternoon, three of the Boston & Maine's six GP18s are working hard to lift westbound train BM-7 (Boston to Mechanicville, NY) through the Berkshires at Shelburne Falls, MA.
On a splendid fall day, Boston & Maine GP18 1754 and friends lead train EDSP (East Deerfield to Springfield, MA) south on the Connecticut River Line at Mount Tom, MA.
MP 1975 at Kirkwood, MO, Aug 5, 1979
A Norfolk & Western train is seen on the former Nickel Plate Road Chicago-Fort Wayne line at the Elgin Joliet & Eastern Porter Line crossing diamond, in May of 1978. HO interlocking tower is just ... (more)
Using VTR GP38-3 #205, the New York and Ogdensburg Railway’s crew shoves VTR GP18 #801 through Norfolk, NY back towards the engine house. I believe the building on the right is an original Norwoo... (more)
Boston & Maine GP18 1754 displays its classic profile as it rolls through Shirley, MA, on the point of a westbound freight.
Boston & Maine GP18 1850 heads up a four-unit lashup on the point of train EDSA (East Deerfield to Salem, MA) eastbound near Ayer, MA, on a summer morning.
Veteran GP18 1801 leads loads of sand to Boston. Due to a lack of a wye at their northern terminus, 1801 is running long hood forward tonight, reminiscent the ex-PRR GP9's that ruled the roster a ... (more)
GNRR GP18 Nº8705 eases south through Tate, Georgia on the former L&N Hook & Eye with four loads from White Stone. Georgia Northeastern is now owned by Patriot Rail, 8705 was rebuilt shortly before... (more)
Long before the owner of Georgia Northeastern decided to sell the company, it was just another day of shortline railroading on the former L&N Hook & Eye. Georgia Northeastern GP18 Nº8705 i... (more)
Florida Central GP18 59 leads another FCEN unit dead in tow off the former line to Dunnellon.
Missouri Pacific 1891 is the lead unit in a very, very long line of stored Missouri Pacific power in the Fort Worth Centennial Yard.
Daily train of interchange cars for the Iowa Interstate RR. This no longer runs as the train is given to the IAIS at Cedar Rapids now.
A very, very long line of stored Missouri Pacific power in the Fort Worth Centennial Yard.