I caught the green American Locomotive Company (Alco) S4 shoving cars back to the CMC Steel. She is lettered for the Chattahoochie Locomotive company, CLCX 1110, and painted for StarPets. Before b... (more)
CMC Steel crew in a Johnson Railway Alco in Cayce, South Carolina getting cars out of the CSX raol yard. This is a repowered America Locomotive Company (Alco) S2 originally bought in October 1946 ... (more)
PHLX SD40-2 13 sits quietly at the company's Oban, SK elevator.
PHLX SD40-2 8 sits quietly at the company's Oban, SK elevator.
VANCOUVER WA Dec 16 2008 — Columbia Business Center GE 80-ton CBCX 102 is tied down on a delivery track south of a steel fabrication facility. The area is what used to be a Kaiser Shipyard. GE b... (more)
Alcan (now Rio Tinto) operates a large aluminum smelter in northern B.C. This is the plant switcher.
Con Agra's #1134 (SW1200) heads into the yard to grab a cut of hoppers for the grain elevator.
ADM SW8 #8682 was built in 1951 for Lehigh Valley and given the number 268. Upon the formation of Conrail in the 1970s, it became Conrail (CR) 8682. It now works it's golden years at the Archer Da... (more)
The Kohler plant switcher (Kohler #1?) sorts some cars to be interchanged with the C&NW at Kohler, WI. in September of 1989. This elusive GE 80 tonner still operates today, getting cars from the U... (more)
Orange And Blue. GMTX 173 (née-Longview, Portland & Northern Railway [LPN] 130, SW 1500, 12/1969) spent the first 30 or so years of it life operating on a shortline switching between an In... (more)
VANCOUVER WA Oct 2 2010 — GE 25-ton CBCX 103 was used to switch cars in a limited area at the east side of the Columbia Business Center. GE built the unit (b/n 15681) in April 1942. As of Jan 1... (more)
The sun pokes through the smoky skies in western Nebraska as the Hi Plains Co-op takes a weekend break.
Switching the Industrial Park
Coors Critter 991 (SW8) makes a rare appearance in the east yard of the Coors Brewing Facility.
Built as Milwaukee 2200, then making stops at DM&E and then Indiana Railroad, this DeBruce Grain loco has established residence at these grain elevators since at least 2006.