The engineer on board the CBRY GP39 504 eases his train through the Asarco Dumper in Hayden Arizona at a snails pace while the unload process commences.
Ex C&O/CSX GP39 504 leads today's mine runs as the second train of the day approaches the "dumper" in Hayden, Az. The traction motor blowers are performing their job well as the surrounding air fi... (more)
Ex C&O/CSX GP39 504 leads today's mine runs as the second train of the day rumbles up the slight grade between Kearny and Hayden Junction Az.
The engineer of this east bound loaded ore train notches it out a couple times to maintain track speed while passing DeBois Ranch which is between Kearny and Hayden Junction.
Ex C&O/CSX GP39 504 leads today's mine runs as the second train of the day eases through Riverside, Az. The train is seen between Ray Junction and Tunnel Two.
Ex C&O/CSX GP39 504 leads today's mine runs as the second train of the day gets under way. The engineer has the trio of GP39s in full dynamics as the train approaches Ray Junction with 42 loads on... (more)
The ore train is pulling through the dumper at Hayden.
The Paducah and Louisville transfer job is headed for CSX’s Osborn Yard and is seen crossing over Ottawa Ave and Under the FX signal bridge on the CSX. A lot has changed since this picture was t... (more)
A typical Guilford-era consist on the D&H leads a northbound as it approaches the former Lackawanna East Binghamton yard. The second unit, C420 #414, now on the Delaware Lackawanna, has remarkabl... (more)
A Copper Basin Railway loaded dump train led by a former Chesapeake & Ohio Railway GP39 rolls through the short Tunnel No. 2 just east of Ray Junction, Arizona.
Lite Power head for the BNSF Engine Facility to fill up on some fuel.
A couple of old-school GP39's in BNSF green.
One of CSX's somewhat rare GP39s leads a pair of slugs and a caboose towards the hump at Russell. Due to the fact that the GP39s spent a lot of time in CSX's yards, and there aren't that many of ... (more)
Back in the days when ASAB had an interesting roster this varied lashup was just an ordinary consist to take the road freight north but that 38 on the far end is a harbinger of uniformity to come.
OT-1 (Ore Train 1) southbound at Ray Junction AZ is leaving the Ray Block and will soon be heading east to the Dumper at Hayden.