Nee ATSF. Photo by Tony Vanier, from my collection.
SP seemed to to have at least one of everything. One of the rarities got a few more years of life doing light duty on this little shoreline. Photo by Dave Petke, from my collection.
Back in college days, we had no money and few days off, to see everything! We got a good shot, passed up 10th street, did friendly wave and a hardy Hi Yo Silver and pressed on. I'm still kicking... (more)
Looking forlorn at the shops, this unit was later painted up and kept going. I wonder why they chose that old-style headlight in the era of sealed beams. Lots of 32 volt bulbs on hand I guess, L... (more)
The hard luck unit in the GE catalog, or should I say one of the hard luck units. These seemed to go into storage first when business went down on any railroad. This one looks like it spent too ... (more)
I guess it's GTW at this point. For a solid color this last paint scheme is pretty good. Photo by Dave Petke, from my collection.
Back when GTW had trackage rights into the Cincinnati area it was common to see their units here and on pushers up Erlanger hill. I wonder if CN still technically has those rights.
Photo by Dave... (more)
Photo by Tony Vanier, from my collection.
In Railtex color and full lettering (unusual), awaiting a job. Photo by Jim Satterwhite.
Southbound unit coal. Photo by Calvin Christman (RIP), from my collection.
Unassigned power. Photo by Jim Satterwhite, from my collection.
Somewhere east of town the Lynch Turn is coming home.
Okay, the forgot to reletter one and I like it. Southbound coal train captured for posterity by Dave Petke, from my collection.
At the south end of the yard a departing southbound train with an ex-WM veteran.
Out in the country just north of town a southbound train rolls through.