Former DMR, BN, NS, SP, UP, CNW, and WC units are all visible here, among all the other unknown shortlines.
This little fellow seems out of place being surrounded by a group of big GE's. The Geneva paint has seen better days too.
LTEX 3905, an ex-UP SD40-2, meets a westbound empty rock train in the hole at Big Sandy.
A former SP "snoot" tunnelmotor currently owned by Larry's Truck & Electric, and leased to UP, finds itself on the point of a ballast train tied down in the New siding at City of Industry on UP's ... (more)
Although it isn't in its original Penn Central paint and has an LTEX patch on it, a PC GP9 is still and interesting find in 2007. Right next to it is a LTEX rent-a-wreck, painted in all black and... (more)
A strange switcher of unknown origin and destination was near the end of a long mixed freight. Check out the shark teeth on the front pilot!
The Cleveland Commercial Railroad job heads back to Cleveland after interchanging with the Wheeling and Lake Erie in Glenwillow.
Larry's "rent-a-wreck" original "Darth Vader" is seen on a light power move for staging Port Chicago Department of Defense (DODX) containerized bomb train at Ozol. Yes it took an extra two miles r... (more)
As much as I hate to admit it, I think this ex-SP tunnel unit looks pretty good in these "working man's" colors.
An ex-Guilford geep 7 loads a string of grain cars at the elevator in Bloomington.
LTEX 949 and the other ex-USS switchrs on their way to Chicago
In evening sunlight 2638 shoves the short train around Hepler's Curve.