Foster Townsend Rail Logistics MP15DC 1315, working at the Lange-Stegmann Company's grain facility in Saint Louis, Missouri, on October 3rd, 2014, is the former Union Pacific Y1315, ex-UP 1315, or... (more)
Three Union Railroad switchers are seen working at Homestead, near the Marcegaglia USA steel pipe and tube company.
Assigned to Lange-Stegmann grain facility on the banks of the Mississippi River in Saint Louis, Missouri, is Foster Townsend Rail Logistics MP15DC 1345, one of three engines working the facility. ... (more)
CIT Group/Capital Finance, Incorporated MP15DCs 1530 and 1529 sit at the end of a long string of UP diesels buried in the Metro East Industries facility in Alorton, Illinois, on October 4th, 2014.... (more)
A Union Railroad switcher has some gondolas from the Camp Hill pipe mill in McKeesport, next to the CSX main line.
Burlington Northern MP15 #4004, pulling caboose BN #11551 off an inbound train and thru a spring switch. #4004 was built March 1975 as SLSF #365. Unit later became BN #1004, then BNSF #3704
The remote operator-engineer moves UPY 1295 (MP15DC) into the North Yard to shuffle freight cars.
The engineer of UPY 1295 carefully passes a work crew in the 36th Street Yard.
UPY 1295 (ex Southern Pacific MP15DC) operates in remote control mode shuffling grain cars in the 36th Street Yard.
One of a couple of MP15's on Alaska RR was switching jet fuel tank cars at Anchorage International Airport facility on the Airport Spur
Freshly painted CIT switchers are at the head of the line of units at Metro East Industries . Taken with permission to be on property!
A pair of Belt Railway of Chicago MP15DCs handle switching chores at Clearing Yard on Chicago's south side. these units shared duties with Alco C424s during this period.
Soaking up the sun on a warm Labor day afternoon we see a pair MP15DC tied down at the former Central Of Georgia Shipps Yard.
A yard job shuffles a cut of double stacks at Simpson Yard.
No longer known as the Birmingham Southern Railroad after a purchase by Watco Companies in 2011, the new Birmingham Terminal Railway continues to work more than 30 customers in the Birmingham area... (more)