Empties In... Loads Out.
Colorful Salt Lake Garfield & Western equipment waits a call to duty near the coal conveyor that serves the Gadsby power plant in Salt Lake City.
This little GE 45-ton basks in the morning light and serves the ADM facility in Brookston, Indiana.
One of the lineups at the Bellevue museum.
When I was first in New York City; the one time I was in the subway without my camera was the time a diesel powered work train passed by. Of all the luck! (Although it was on the wrong trac... (more)
Warrenton 45-tonner #6 at Warrenton, NC || November 1983
Nicely painted 45-Tonner on display at Spencer, NC. Built 1943.
This GE 45-tonner worked at nearby March Air Force Base prior to moving to Perris to become a part of the Orange Empire Railroad Museum. It is seen here with a display train in front of Barn 4.
Virginian Limestone center cab at Klotz, VA in Feb. 1970.
One of only three units on the roster, this little GE spent its time isolated from the rest of the Turtle Creek operation, having been stationed at the Dura-Bond plant in Port Vue.
Yancey Railroad #1 at Burnsville, NC || August 1970
GE 44-tonner working at the Diamond Shamrock plant at Castle Hayne, NC // June 1973
A vast selection of items sit on display at the Fox River Trolley Museum. Amongst the wide array of trolleys is this orange critter locomotive.
Bath time. SDP40 325 gets its annual spring wash while the Ben does the shop switching for the day...