ALM interchange job leaving KCS Monroe yard
Eastbound train No. 2 passes the elevators at Annawan behind a rare former IC GP28, only 26 were built by EMD.
Westbound train No. 2 passes the elevators at Mineral behind a rare former IC GP28, only 26 were built by EMD.
Ex ICG, nee IC originally 1800, upgraded to 2000, switching
Rare ALM GP28 1812 proudly displays the road's new logo under new parent company Gennessee and Wyoming.
Tied Down and Shut Down, two AL&M GP28s rest in Monroe as their crew disappears in a cloud of dust after a long day's work.
A close up of a logo that is not long for this world, Georgia Pacific's Arkansas Louisiana and Mississippi has been incorporated into Gennessee and Wyoming's family of short line railroads. This ... (more)
ALM done for the day after dropping off a cut of cars for the KCS Monroe yard.
A rare bird indeed, GP28 1812 sports Genesse and Wyoming's new livery on a variation of an old name.
ALM 1816 still wears the classig Georgia Pacific colors as the sun sets on it at Monroe, LA.
The "Gator", as referred to by the KCS yardmaster, has just delivered its cut of cars and the crew races to tie up their GP28's and call it a day.
A pair of ex-IC GP28's bring the AL&M daily freight into Monroe Louisiana with the lead loco in the new paint scheme of parent G&W.