CP 4450, a former SOO Line GP38-2, watches as 2 six axles switch at the west end of Bensenville. Seen here from Franklin Ave.
CP 4452 is dead-in-tow on train 281 as it passes thru Franksville, WI on January 28th, 2020. The engine was apparently damaged while being used as a remote control engine at CP's Bensenville, IL y... (more)
A former Conrail GP38-2 working the interchange with the CN in Kankakee on the former Conrail.
The local has crested Byron Hill and rolls through the small community of Byron enroute to switch the Quad Graphics plant in Lomira.
A former G&O/SOU GP38 leads Georgia Central L782 east towards Savannah near Pembroke GA.
Nice Saturday to take a ride out to Pulver Gas. GP38-2's 271 & 270 and MP15AC 155. The 155 was on a test run after injector work on the motor.
Connecticut Southern CSO-4 crosses its namesake river between Enfield and Windsor Locks. Leading the train to Hartford is a matched pair of GP38-2s in Genesee & Wyoming's corporate colors.
After a successful trip exploring the Bowline north of Dothan, we make a stop in Bainbridge to find the power for A738 idling by the CSX Bainbridge Yard Office. The lead unit was built for the Lo... (more)
After doing their morning switching duties out at Cox Lumber. Georgia Central train L782 comes back into the town of Vidalia with 12 loaded poles as they are seen leaving the old Georgia and Flori... (more)
CSS 2003 leads an eastbound through the west side residential district on 10th street. Photo by Jeff Stupar.
Gone are the days of the CSX Decatur Subdivision, now owned by Watco and operated as the Decatur & Eastern Illinois Railroad. Four axle GPs were quite common on this line while traffic was still r... (more)
Southern Railway GP38-2 5015 high hood is switching out loads and empties at the Indiana Sugars plant, adjacent the Wabash Railroad 4th District mainline, in 1984.
GP38-2 1800 poses with GP40-2 2202 at Cochrane Shops February 8, 2020.
A pair of Grand Trunk Western Geeps work the north end of Markham Yard on a cold and cloudy morning. Despite this being a former IC yard, a pair of GTW blues still made for a great sight.