AA S-3 No10 the last active Alco switcher handles switching duties for new operator Tuscola & Saginaw Bay at their Owosso shops.
AA GP35 388 leads a north bound Michigan Interstate Ry train past the GTW Durand depot.
Michigan Interstate took over operation of the Ann Arbor in 1977, later on the Tuscola & Saginaw Bay took ... (more)
Ann Arbor GP35 390 works the Mitchell Corp auto plant in Cadillac MI.
Back when the Ann Arbor was still the Ann Arbor, GP35 390 works the industrial tracks in Cadillac MI
AA GP35 works the industrial track behind the Micthell Corp plant in Cadillac MI
CSX symbol Z23003, wich is the Ann Arbor Railroad's backside job, is see returning to Ottawa yard, from switching at the end of the CSX's Toledo Terminals "Backside", with AA 7791, and 12 cars, as... (more)
The exclamation point on this years Christmas train was a vintage Ann Arbor cupola complete with ancient, operating, marker lamps.
After 35 years of service, 20 and sister 21 have been put to rest behind the shops. Note the Wabash-era white stripes trying to peek through the orange!
Just like horses, locomotives gather around the old watering holes ... and sand towers. These GP35s have now been following this routine for over 40 years.
Looking at an image like this, you'd think the Ann Arbor was a big operation! Well, it makes an interesting impression anyway ...
On those (rare) occasions when the Ann Arbor interchanged with Conrail here, it involved a steep climb up to and over North Main Street. Perhaps that's one reason they stopped doing it.
GP35s 386 and 388 usher the Ann Arbor's daily southbound freight down Osmer Hill into the road's namesake city. The AA proved it was possible to cross the state of Michigan while avoiding any cit... (more)
A former GBW unit, this Alco wound up its career on the Toledo-Ann Arbor stub of the old Annie.