CANX SW1200rs 1349 rests on the shop track, while primary CANX S-13u 8700 sits beside the shop. The Marathon mill was closed in 2009 and has since been demolished.
PREX 1355 and PREX 3000 at the Georgia Southern yard in Fort Valley, Georgia.
Canac's ex-CN SW1200RS 1330 parked at the AltaSteel plant in east Edmonton.
MVPX 1202, an SW1200 in green paint and marked for service by North Star Blue Scope Steel, sits on the outskirts of the company's steel mill in Delta, Ohio. This is one of several switchers used ... (more)
The massive MetalX scrap metal facility in Delta, Ohio has a former Canadian Pacific SW1200RS for use as a switcher in the complex. This facility was relatively recently constructed here and the s... (more)
NW3 No More...
Sad news to report, as some are well aware - 5 months back, on November 30th, 2018, A.E. Staely's NW3, former Great Northern, was scrapped on site after suffering from mech... (more)
Four CP switcher of the SW120RS class are joining their force to haul a freight train near Sudbury.
A Canadian National SW1200RS drills the CN team track at Brockville, Ontario. It was much less common to see CN local freight activity here than to see a CP switcher from Smiths Falls working the ... (more)
The mill yard grabs five loaded chip cars and a caustic tanker from the storage yard and will head over down to the mill.
Canac's former CN SW1200RS 1330 at the AltaSteel plant in east Edmonton.
The AV Terrace Bay yard job grabs a bunch of empty boxcars to bring over to the pulp mill.
Tulsa-Sapulpa Union Railway SW1200RS No. 109 shoves a cut of cars past the Verallia North America glass plant on a pleasant March morning.
Growing up on the Grand Trunk Western, I've always had a thing for SW1200RS units. Here a pair of ex-CP locos drill cars at the east end of Breckinridge.
The VIA train from Smiths Falls has just arrived on the CP, and is ready to continue on to Toronto. I don't recall the exact sequence, but after a few moves, the VIA cab units will end up on the h... (more)
Canac's ex-CN SW1200RS 1330 at the AltaSteel plant in east Edmonton.