After calling a quit on Christmas Eve, We posed our GP-40 for a few photos.The old MILW veteran is decked out for the holidays.
Newly formed West Belt Railroad job heads west at Pillsbury Siding.This out fit owned by FTRL , just took over the TRRA Central Belt trackage in North St. Louis.
All decked out in holiday décor, Port Harbor GP40 #2064 heads to spot up a boxcar.
All decked out in holiday décor, Port Harbor GP-40 #2064 brings in interchange traffic off the TRRA.
Port Harbor train bringing a unit pipe train in off the interchange with the Terminal Railroad.
CP train #281 heads north with a couple former UP switchers bound for ILS in tow behind the road power.
Older NS power brings a 31N train into Madison Yard.
Just out of the paint booth here at MEI is this former FURX geep rebuild.Shes about ready to ship out to the TC&W up north.Taken on MEI property with permission of MEI and First Union!
A westbound Z train passes the endangered signals at the UP crossing at Rochelle.Replacement signals already stand.
A westbound manifest passes the endangered CNW signals at the BN crossing at Rochelle.Replacement signals already stand.
GREEN MACHINES!, Our former CNW SD40-2 and MILW GP-40 finally wear matching colors. Here the pair is resting after working hard over the weekend.
Whittier bound freight crossing the 20 Mile River.
Fresh out of paint in the Bosses favorite colors is GP40 #2064.Shes wearing the #2302 for an event.This unit used to wear tattered MILW bandit paint.
Pipe moves in by rail and out by truck here at Americas Central Port.Our IT painted SD40-2 is tied onto to some loads as a truck of outbound pipe rolls out.