A pair of now-retired NS GEs (with the trailing engine still sporting N&W paint) lead a westbound empty hopper train out of Montgomery Tunnel in November 1989.
An overview of the diesel shop and yard in Roanoke, VA (2001).
NS C36-7 8512 leads a southbound onto the first district
of the CNO&TP after crossing the Ohio River and leaving Cincinnati behind.
This former CSX beast is seen on an outlawed train new Jewett.
Hyco coal train heads south on the L&D near Patrick Henry's birthplace.
Been awhile since I was in FW; I believe this is the ex NKP Chicago-Bellevue line. Can't recall the name of the crossing here with the ex Wabash, but it was a hopping place in 1989.
At 7:24 on this Wednesday morning, empty hoppers roll northbound on the Chester Secondary towards SEPTA at CP-90th Street North, CSX at Eastwick, and back on home rails at CP-Park in Philadelphia.... (more)
The "Croc GE" from down under (formerly Hammersly Iron) pulls down for head room along with MNNR 50, an SF30C. In todays age of heavy standardization, its neat to see two extremely unique engines ... (more)
We knew this scheme wouldn't last long so we were nailing the c### out of all the MP yellow we could get. The buffalos were mainstays in Houston so they were easy pickins.
"Honorary buffalos" in homage to the real buffalo, the Alco C636. These units held down Z train and chemical trains from Freeport.
Most of the equipment in this scene is either gone or retired.
Transitional era after UP merger found the MP C36-7s on the San Antonio coal trains, formerly the realm of SP.