Red-lined for retirement, most of the ex-L&N U25Cs are lined up at Corbin in the old passenger yard. After years of service in heavy coal train service, the old, worn-out GEs are not destined to t... (more)
GC L782 wades through the grass just east of Collins as it heads back towards Lyons.
GC L783 gets notched back up to track speed after crossing the imfamous 1 mile long Meldrim trestle, the site of the deadly Meldrim trestle disaster of 1959.
Erie U34CH 3371 in commuter service somewhere in NJ.
The U34CH was built for New Jersey DOT/Erie Lackawanna commuter service. Basically, it was a U36C, but some of the power was used through modi... (more)
Was down at the Port inspecting dual diameter tank car welds at a repair shop; drove around during lunch and found the old OC&E MK rebuilds. Didn't know they had 'em! Ex OC&E 7601, nee UP 639.
I found this funky looking thing sitting at the Navajo Generating Station. It was remanufactured at MK's Boise shops in 1975 from a U25B and is the sole diesel-electric engine operated by the BML... (more)
NREX (Alstom) 4180 rests in Irondale on its way from Texas to NRE Silvis. Loco was tagged as "dead/retired"
QC all done switching the lumber reload center at Morissett Station and is now backing onto the rest of its train to head to St. George Quebec.
SP TE70-4S 7033 was constructed by Morrison-Knudsen of Boise, ID, from SP U25B 6752. Seen here at Roseville, CA on May 3, 1981.
"Farewall to the U34CH" unit poses in front of Harmon Cove towers, a shot you can't get anymore (engine and tracks are both gone now)