The old GE switcher waits for the next duty, at Lapa yard.
This May 19, 1985 excursion on the Baltimore and Annapolis Railroad was likely run in conjunction with the annual Ferndale Day festival. Following BLA 50, a GE 70-tonner, are the Pullman “Defender... (more)
No longer needed. Once used as a shop/yard switcher for Exporail, 70-tonner CN 30 has been replaced by more powerful and more recently acquired units, namely GP9 CP 1608 and SW1200RSm CN 13... (more)
As part of the celebration of the 100 year anniversary of Colorado short line San Luis Central, the railroad installed a new tie in the main at Sugar Junction and had a golden spike ceremony. The ... (more)
San Luis Central GE 70-ton No. 71 sits in the railroad’s shop at Sugar Junction just east of Monte Vista, Colorado, on September 1, 2013. This locomotive was purchased in 1955 and replaced the sho... (more)
On a miserable fall day, Dick Samuels' 70-tonner makes the diagonal crossing of SE Bell and SE Johnson Creek Blvd. The old Portland Traction Company line was abandoned, with salvage operations und... (more)
As the Gilchrist family prepared to sell the Gilchrist Timber Company, some excess assets were liquidated. The KNOR's 70-tonner was sold to Modesto & Empire Traction. When the locomotive was deliv... (more)
Klamath Northern's 70-tonner poses by the log pond one last time. After the photos are over, KNOR's other GE will couple to the locomotive and haul it to the Southern Pacific interchange. This wil... (more)
United Railroad Historical Society and M&E owned locomotives were temporarily in storage at the Troy Hills yard during April.
All these locomotives have departed this location. The sleigh is in s... (more)
A pair of 70-ton locomotives from the long-defunct Rahway Valley Railroad sit where they have been moved, across the street from the Whippany Railway Museum they now call home.
Red Springs & Northern #104 brings it train across a bridge south of Red Springs, NC in this 1983 scene.
Restored to its original Southern Pacific paint scheme, Dick Samuels' GE 70-tonner rolls south on the East Portland Traction Company. The Union Pacific 3203 was originally on display with Spokane,... (more)
Pushed aside and left to rust, two retired locomotives molder in the heat slowing changing color and available prey for the all consuming kudzu.
Hello Georgous!The Handy Dandy Railroad, encircling the Denton Farmpark in Denton, North Carolina, did a dandy job restoring High Point, Thomasville & Denton 70-tonner 202 to her &q... (more)
Don't be to quick to say "It ain't prototypical". Sanford had a ramp.