GSMR GP "Cripple 7" waits at the 47 milepost for Blue Ridge Southern T59 to make their shove through Sylva to deliver a CSX coach from Florida.
Caney Fork and Western GP7 104 rests outside of the railroad's shop/office building in McMinnville, TN. The photo was taken with the railroad's permission.
GSMR GP7 777 idles about 5 feet from Blue Ridge Southern Railroad's derail just outside of Dillsboro while awaiting the delivery of the railroad's newest piece of rolling stock.
GP7 "Cripple 7" as she is called, coasts in the community of Whittier with the railroad's newest piece of rolling stock from CSX. Just an hour early 777 picked up the coach from Blue Rid... (more)
GSMR GP7 777 arrives in Bryson City with Great Smoky Mountain Railroad's newest piece of rolling stock- a former CSX coach from Florida. They'll install some seats and she'll be put immediately to... (more)
GSMR GP7 777 aka "Cripple 7" passes through Wilmot with Great Smoky Mountain's newest addition- a CSX coach purchased from Florida. A interesting note is that this coach has disc brakes ... (more)
Missouri Pacific GP7 1690 local at Austin, Texas.
Orange and Silver GP7 703 with a huge plow, resting at Stockton yards, California.
CRIP 4506 and CBQ 504 lead the Caboose train out of IRM, passing the semaphores just west of the museum.
Conway Scenic RR ex-MEC GP7 573 opens up railfans' weekend by leading the "freight train" down the former Boston and Maine Conway Branch and negotiating the old wooden trestle at Moat Br... (more)
C&O 5704 idles at Urbana, Ohio during the layover. After the layover 5704 would lead the Spirit of Urbana, a GP30, and a bunch of happy passengers back to the originating point of Washington Court... (more)
After being the "face" and sporting the colors of the LM&M Railroad for many years, the former CRC/LM&M GP7 55 rests as the depot in Lebanon between runs, now sporting her as-delivered C... (more)
A quartet of high hood first generation Geeps leads a westbound auto parts train.
Apparently my friend Tim Repp and I interrupted an Elks Club meeting at Field, BC while waiting for the "Canadian" to leave town. A heard of elk showed up and this cow was a little bit p... (more)