The other unit is GTW 5806, a GP38AC.
A DT&I GP40-2 idles at Chicago's Grand Trunk yard.
The Delta Turn has just arrived from Flat Rock and sits atop the seven-mile-long "hill" Henry Ford had built to avoid crossing the Vanderbilts' line at grade (see picture 212631). The track in th... (more)
A southbound DTI manifest enhances the small-town Michigan ambience of Carleton (note the volunteer corn stalk staking its claim near the diamond!). This trackage is now operated by the IORY.
The best looking DT&I caboose still around today is owned by the Mc Donald & Son feed company, who's elevators rise tall in the background.
A pair of DT&I units head for their train.
New paint and logo.
DT&I GP-35 wears an interim paint scheme right around the time of the GTW merger.
Now privately owned, this caboose has to be the best looking piece of former DT&I rolling stock remaining
RB-2 has arrived in Cincinnati and exchanges paperwork with the Southern Yardclerk on Mehring way. Shortly the train will be at its destination, the Southern's Gest St. Yard.
Sunset on the DT&I in Jackson, Ohio. Three months after this picture was taken, the Grand Trunk Western closed the shops and yard and abandoned the track into Jackson.
Looking at the Caboose Consist on the team track
Not sure if this was the last train out of Ironton but it's pretty close. The train has just crossed the diamond with the N&W and is headed down Railroad St. north toward Oak Hill, Ohio.
After the GT took over the DT&I, they painted a few units in this GT color scheme with DT&I logos.
A GP-38/GP-35 combo departs Flat Rock Yard.