Built during the war (1944), this GE 80-tonner is still serving the U.S. Navy almost four decades later at the Norfolk Naval Station.
United States Navy 2GS14B 65-00650 (shortened to just "650") is one of three diesel locomotives that switches cars at the Crane Naval Support Center in Crane, Indiana. Just days prior t... (more)
USN 65 ton switcher sits on the CSX connection track next to Osborn Yard.
During June 2000 the United Railroad Historical Society hosted two pair of fantrips over the U.S. Navy Railroad, from Earle, N.J. to the mile long pier at Leonardo, N.J. The train is shown during ... (more)
Older shot from about four years ago. This GE 80t sat in the marshelling yard at Port Hueneme for many years before I took this picture. It is probably still there, but I haven't been by since to ... (more)
United States Navy VO-1000 65-00531, which has been rebuilt with EMD components, was found on December 21st, 1980, at Anaheim Junction (Anaheim, California) on the Southern Pacific. This engine, ... (more)
A Navy switcher has an excursion train on the three-mile-long pier that extends into Sandy Hook Bay from Naval Weapons Station Earle in New Jersey. The trip was sponsored by the United Railroad Hi... (more)
US Navy 65-tonner #65-00469 at Charleston Navy Base in 1986.
A brand new United States Navy locomotive waits in Browns Yard for its transfer to the US Naval Weapons Station Earle.
One of two brand new locomotives for the US Naval Weapons Station Earle Railroad rests in Browns Yard. USN 65-00647 has arrived yesterday afternoon after being hung up at Oak Island Yard for wee... (more)
This locomotive started its life switching for the Navy. What its future holds is uncertain.
US Navy Alco S1 b/n 69680 Blt. 2/42 sitting in the shop waiting to be moved to track 1.
Alco S1 b/n 69680 Blt. 2/42 now US Navy 65-00626 under its own power and looking better than ever. Still has a few pieces of paper and tape to be removed but how often do you see a 74 year old loc... (more)
Time for a new paint job. DGRC painters apply a nice coat of yellow to a Navy Alco S1.
Former US Navy 65ton.