Iowa Pacific E-Units stored in Batesville, Mississippi until Christmas Train season. The Ex-Wisconsin & Southern E9 had just arrived on the Grenada Railways southbound road freight from Memphis wh... (more)
In 1989, Burlington Northern received a series of freight cars called “Boppers” built by Bethlehem Johnstown. These experimental aluminum cars had both side doors and roof hatches, and could be us... (more)
A line of old NS high hoods rest in storage adjacent to UP's Lesperance Yard.
I’m not sure exactly how old this Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railroad semi trailer is, but it was still being used for storage in the railroad’s Glenn Park Yard in Kansas City, Kansas, on December 8... (more)
A good variety of used switchstands are gathered around a former Railway Express reefer used as storage behind the San Luis Central’s shop at Sugar Junction just east of Monte Vista, Colorado, on ... (more)
A 40-foot Rock Island boxcar, along with a a pair of 50-foot Santa Fe plug-door boxcars (one not visible located behind these two), ended up being pretty nice storage units for someone at Slapout... (more)
Shoved into the seldom used furniture track, the morning sun shines on this old unit found surrounded by flowers. It was used in the film "Courage Under Fire" starring Denzel Washington. Unfortuna... (more)
A storage line of four GP9's and 10's are still occupying the siding in Middle River, Minnesota along the Minnesota Northern Warroad subdivision. The locomotives are all owned by Independent Loco... (more)
Still with Iowa Interstate reporting marks, #403 is owned by Independent Locomotive Service along with the green GP behind it (ILSX 1395). Canadian Pacific has plans to add another yard track in ... (more)
21 Soo Line SD60's line one of the tracks in the Canadian Pacific Yard in Thief River Falls.
Three of the dozen or so stored SD-60's cast shadows on the old Soo Line roundhouse.
More than 130 mechanical refers are stored and tied down on a portion of Union Pacific's Tintic Industrial Lead at Spanish Fork, Utah. Spanning a distance of more than 1-1/2 miles of track, these ... (more)
Two M630's have finished employment with BC Rail, as the railroad had favored new C40-8M's at this time. The MLW units will find new work down in Central America.