A pleasant Sunday afternoon finds a rather short TF-5 making a quick stop to set out two “hot” cars of moderately-priced (read: cheap) wine for thirsty University of Michigan students and other An... (more)
A pair of Ann Arbor GP39-2's shove back into Ottowa Yard with a cut of cars just as the sun peeks out from behind the clouds.
Just after sunrise the Ann Arbor night crawler approaches the end of its trip as it is just a couple miles from the Oh border and Ann Arbors Ottawa Yard.
An Ann Arbor yard job has just rolled across the street from Ottawa Yard to make a pick up at the Jeep plant. One crewman lines a switch back while the engine idles.
Ann Arbor's road freight splits the signals on the Ann Arbor main just north of Stearns road in Michigan while my Subaru lurks back by the crossing.
The Ann Arbor road train is pulling out of their yard in Toledo to head north for interchange with GLC.
Ann Arbor Railroad steam-powered wrecking crane 3187 saw more than its fair share of derailments during the late sixties and early seventies. Built by the Bucyrus Company in March 1912, it possess... (more)
Ann Arbor train Frankfort-Toledo FT-2 rolls south of Durand near Oak Grove with GP-35's 393, 391 and 389 nearing the end of the railroads cross-lake carferry service.
The Caboose Who Got Loose? A lonely ex-Ann Arbor Railroad streamlined-cupola caboose sits on a small trestle over an unnamed creek about two miles east of Bridgewater. This route was once part of ... (more)
The "backside" of the former Toledo Terminal doesn't see much in the way of trains these days, but here an Ann Arbor job is running long hood foward up to the little yard between Laskey and Alexis... (more)
A yard crew is shoving cars back further into Ottawa yard while one of the yellow geeps rest by the engine terminal.
AA 21 sits off on a side track on the SMRS with its old Michigan Interstate paint, and a attempt to put new Blue Bird paint on it. great way to start off the new decade
Ann Arbor 7791 switches the Jeep plant in North Toledo.
Face it, this is the end we usually we see on a "butthead" and this one is okay in its DT&I parent's scheme.