A special visitor was spotted in the BNSF engine shop yard - GMTX 150 (SW1500) waiting for service with other blue GMTX units.
5 BNSF B40-8W's on the Cadiz Turn crosses over an old Santa Fe bridge at West Siberia, CA , on 2/17/13.
Various Amtrak power, including a new Genset, sits in the yard in Chicago.
On a dreary February day forty years ago, the usual quartet of GP40s brings Hamlet-New Orleans run-through #215 down the WofA. The train started its journey on the former SAL, and will make the l... (more)
Some of the brand new locomotives on display at General Motors Electro Motive Division at LaGrange,IL. at their first open house to the general public.
Nearly two years after the WP-UP merger, more than a dozen Western Pacific locomotives were stored, neglected, and eventually retired in Salt Lake City. Image photographed on Kodachrome 25 film on... (more)
A pair of GP35's and a RS-2 sits just outside the locomotive shop in Owosso, MI. By 1991, almost all of the existing roster of GP35's had been painted over to either black and yellow or blue and y... (more)
Monday's turn departing the yard northbound for Monett.
A pair of relatively new SD70MACs lead a westbound freight through Newark, NY. Date is approximate.
On August 18, 1990, train 961 eases into Belen on the north main for servicing and a crew change. On the head end are 140-102-2811-3615-5264 (GP60M/GP60M/GP35/GP39-2/SDF40-2). At left, moving off ... (more)
A CSX employee aligns a switch in order to shuffle power around outside the CSX Locomotive Shops.
A 7 unit consist puts the northbound FSTN in the wind as the units notch up to climb the grade out of town.
Three F-unit sets line up at the servicing facilities at Clovis, New Mexico, in September 1965. One set is led by a F9A (287C), another by a FTA (173L), and the last by a F7A (228C). F-units were ... (more)
Union Pacific's MNPWC blasts off from Salt Lake City with six motors on the point and a seventh shoving on the rear.
After shoving a cut of cars over the hump a trio of SD40's roll past the tower to head for the receiving yard for another cut of inbound cars to be humped.