A bustling terminal in those days and now a ghost town. Here two units are waiting for a new assignment. How many SD40-2s got this paint scheme?
Yard switcher du jour, originally from the Family Lines era.
It's better than a -2. It's -2 innards in a old model and that makes it better. Could be I'm envious. My notes indicate this one started out on MP, went to CNW, then to PAL before its transplan... (more)
A westbound empty coal train passes the LUGO line as it approaches the depot for a crew change.
The ground remains damp from a thunderstorm that had just passed over Proctor yard as a limestone train prepares to depart for Minntac.
Originally SCL, then SBD and now in stealth.
Fortunately our dreams came true. Stealth went away.
There are those times when you look at units that seem pretty new and realize, wow, those things are getting some age on them. I remember the days when a GE over 25 usually had a center cab.
Upon our return from vacation we discovered this ex-CR unit newly repainted.
The yard at night.
In the shop.
The 2004 was still wearing the original Amtrak California logo.l
Switching out the shop.
Old and new logos.