Seaview Transportation Company EMD GP10 1855 at North Kingstown, Rhode Island.
Dover & Rockaway River DO-2 heads through Kenvil with one covered hopper car for Holland Manufacturing in Succasunna, N.J.
This NREX 1403 has quite a history. It started in 1951 as a Great Northern GP7 and was rebuilt as a Burlington Northern GP10 before being sold to National Railway Equipment. Today it leads a HOG... (more)
A westbound Conrail local with a pair of GP10’s rolls around the site of the former Lehigh Valley South Easton car shops in Easton, Pennsylvania.
Norfolk Southern's H-02 is setting off a covered hopper car for the Dover & Rockaway River's DO-2.
Conrail Cornwall Branch action, on what's now the Lebanon Valley Rail Trail. The train is about to switch off the old Cornwall RR (Reading RR) line onto the old Cornwall & Lebanon (PRR) line, wit... (more)
Dover and Rockaway Veteran's unit 1823 (GP10) was the logical choice for the annual Operation Toy Train/Toys For Tots Train given its military affiliations. On the morning of November 29, 2018, it... (more)
The crew on the First Coast 1810 back their cut of cars into the yard before calling it a day.
Looking good in the All-American company paint scheme this unit represents the height of the GP10 rebuild program. One the other end is apparently a earlier trail scheme.
Looking good in the All-American company paint scheme this unit represents the height of the GP10 rebuild program, with two fans, a good looking nose (no frog eyes), and the best version of the a... (more)
A string of former P&L units and a lone C&NW alumnus make up the deadline awaiting rebuild or parting-out in Southeast Missouri Port’s large facility.
At Southeast Missouri Port still in the livery of its prior owner this unit is in good company as it shares the deadline with a bunch of other ex Paducah & Louisville units.
At Southeast Missouri Port still in the livery of its prior owner this veteran is used to switch the large facility between Scott City and Cape Girardeau.
The Big Orange usurper is here. Oh, the U-23Bs are back there but not for long, as this ex-CR set from another GWI subsidiary is already in charge of the westbound Georgia Central turn. There is... (more)