The MoPac bought only four SW1500's and were all mated with slugs, 1521 is mated with slug 1420 which was once an SW9.
Missouri Pacific GE C36-7's 9012 and 9007 leading a W/B trailer train west of Cheyenne, Wyoming on December 03, 1986.
Missouri Pacific GE U30C 2995 "screaming eagles", 3000hp built 01/74. The big GE wore two previous numbers T&P 3330, MP 3330 and will be assigned one more (UP 2995) that it will never w... (more)
Four Missouri Pacific SD40-2's. The 6000-series (6000-6073) were equipped with dynamic brakes, for coal service. The total count of 74 units, were designated as "SD40-2c" by MoPac.
An empty westbound Missouri Pacific coal train with MP SD40-2 3235, Rio Grande SD40T-2 5392, MP SD40-2 3214 and a yellow/gray MP SD40-2 3228 leaving Houston, Texas.
Missouri Pacific bought 160 GP15-1's and another 30 GP15AC's making the GP15 a very prevalent model on the Missouri Pacific roster.
A trio of Missouri Pacific GE C36-7's 9051, 9033 and 9003 in merger colors UP yellow and gray, at Fort Worth, Texas in June 1986.
Missouri Pacific GP7 1690 local at Austin, Texas.
Orange and Silver GP7 703 with a huge plow, resting at Stockton yards, California.
Assigned to work the Oakland Yard in August, 1969, Alco S-2 557 is now wearing an all orange paint scheme applied to many switchers and F-units in the late 60s. Of course, everything on a railr... (more)
This solid orange scheme, as seen on 918-A, was used on Western Pacific near the end of the Orange and Silver era to save on painting costs.
Western Pacific GE U30B #3064 and U23B 2259 at Roper Yard, Salt Lake City.
A westbound Western Pacific freight with (4) F7's rolling along the Feather River Canyon, California on July 29, 1970.
L&N EMD E6(A) 771 and E8(A) 787 southbound with train 99 The "Pan-American" near Louisville, Kentucky. The Pan-American passenger train operated by the Louisville & Nashville from 1921... (more)
UP SD40 3096 and SD40-2 3569