A favorite from Diesel Days this year was the Illinois Terminal GP7 powering the caboose train. It's seen passing Seeman Road, heading back to the museum.
SSRX 756, a former US Sugar GP7, is salvaged at the Norag frac sand facility just North of the BNSF yard in Enid. Originally built as ACL 168 in 1951, the locomotive has spent several years at th... (more)
"The Way It's Been in Bartlett"
Conway Scenic GP7 number 573 runs around it's train, passing the old train order signal. I have a Maine Central book with an extremely similar shot fr... (more)
Using the props provided and the airborne approach, Conway Scenic's North Conway Station is a bustling place as train 20 has arrived in the station from Bartlett, NH with GP7 573. The #20 train i... (more)
CN #4803 sits on display outside the Toronto Railway Museum in Roundhouse Park.
GSMR 711 reverses long hood forward to milepost 47 where it will meet Blue Ridge Southern's T59 to receive the railroad's newest acquisition- an Amtrak diner coach from
GSMR 711 heads west to milepost 47 to receive the railroad's newest aquisition- an Amtrak diner coach. Here the locomotive runs light through a tunnel of trees just past the Dillsboro yard.
GSMR GP7 711 has just received the railroad's newest aquisition- an Amtrak diner. Here the short movement crosses a rarely used trestle just past the Dillsboro yard.
GSMR 777 brings the Tuckasegee River excursion into Dillsboro for its hour and a half layover as GP7 711 rests in front of 777 while waiting to receive their newest delivery from Blue Ridge Southe... (more)
MP 1767 with local 465 at S Dupo, IL, Jun 30, 1979.
Conway Scenic Railroad #573 prepares to run around it's excursion train after arriving in the small New Hampshire town of Bartlett.
MP 1723 along with 2 other GP-7s crossing 3 tracks at St Louis, MO, at Iron Mountain Jct. The train is crossing the SLSF tracks, and is heading down the De Soto Sub. Sept 1979. (thanks to an upd... (more)
GSMR 777 brings the consist for an excursion train to the Bryson City depot, which will be led by 1702.