After pulling 2 cars of scrap from new customer Cohen Recycling in the town of Macon, the CCET's road local is crossing the East Fork of the Little Miami River in Williamsburg, seen here westbound... (more)
Cincinnati East Terminal Railway GP49 2807 switches a block of boxcars on the Huhtamaki Spur in Batavia.
Cincinnati East Terminal Railway GP49 2807 rolls eastbound at Debolt Street in Newtown, passing the now-unused Distant Signal for the NS Interlocking at Clare after dropping 4 boxcars to the NS in... (more)
One of the three rare EMD GP49's rostered by the Cincinnati East Terminal Railway rests near their headquarters on Broadwell Road in Newtown.
Alaska RR coal train about to cross George Parks Hwy 3 a few miles south of the famous Hurricane Gulch bridge
CCET 2806 leads the CCET01 Job eastbound as they depart the Ancor Terminal in Newtown with 5 cars behind both of the CCET's operational ex-Alaska Railroad GP49's.
CCET 2806 leads the CCET01 Job eastbound on the Peavine, framed by the crossing signals on Roundbottom Road in Milford.
Both of the CCET's operational ex-Alaska Railroad GP49's have almost reached the peak of the 6 mile long eastbound 1% grade of Batavia Hill as they approach Summit Road with 4 boxcars for Huhtamak... (more)
Framed by the retired signals at South Milford, CCET 2806 leads unrepainted sister 2807 and 5 cars eastbound on the former N&W Peavine Route.
Southbound barge train leaving Anchorage.
CCET 2807 is eastbound on the former N&W Peavine, coming out of the curve at MP 19 along Binning Road in Perintown, Ohio.
At the time standard power for Alaska's coal trains were six of their GP 49's all on the head end as shown northbound near Knik River.
Northbound Alaska RR coal empty with a fill of freight added on the head end at Seward and Portage.
One of Alaska Railroads unique to the Alaska RR GP 49's led a southbound barge train near Portage.
ARR northbound Seward to Anchorage coal empty with a cut of freight behind the power approaching Portage.