EB DOT special, photo by Mike Dolenski, from my collection.
EB freight, photo by Mike Dolenski, from my collection.
Looking good awaiting an assignment. Photo by Dave Petke.
WB stack train. Photo by Jim Satterwhite (?,no name on slide), from my collection.
WB merchandise. Photo by Mike Dolenski, from my collection.
Empty coal hoppers bound for Wyoming. The track in the foreground appears to be a switching lead, with fresh use almost to the end.
North Platte bound auto racks. Photo Mike Dolenski, from my collection.
Not the most popular model but capable of a great throaty roar, this one is looking really spiffy as they usually did. Photo by Bob Lehman.
Back in the day when a name would suffice. Photo by Gary W. Zeitler.
EB freight out in the countryside. Photo by Calvin Christman. From my collection.
Now there is something to be said for paint chips if you're trying to get the color just right. On the other hand........
*Doesn't say on the slide but if I were a betting man I'd say Cicero. Photo by Tony Vanier, from my collection.
This set has just helped a southbound coal train and is going to tack the caboose onto the rear before heading north for another shove.
What happened to the good old days, when GEs used almost as much water as fuel. Or that was the rumor. Wabtec just doesn't make it as a name. Sorry WABTEC.
The local is switching an industry. Photo by Jim Satterwhite, from my collection.