I like the look on the face of this plow ... reminds me of a few people I know.
Two large Minnesota Commercial locomotives sit outside the railroad's shops in St. Paul.
Minnesota Central was/is a subsidiary of Pioneer RailCorp.
Six locomotives are in charge of SBD train 730, waiting for a meet in the siding at Edison Junction, Florida.
Two rare U18B locomotives still in their Seavoard Coast Line paint handle a phosphate train in Plant City, Florida.
This phosphate train appears to be using old coal hoppers.
Strange Bedfellows at Madisonville, Kentucky. The Santa Fe locomotive is owned by Midwest Coal Handling Co.
Strange Bedfellows at Madisonville, Kentucky. The Santa Fe locomotive is owned my Midwest Coal Handling Co.
A rather ratty SD40 is in charge of a Seaboard System freight in Kentucky.
Another U-Boat/Mate set handles a phosphate train in Florida's Bone Valley.
A whole mess of power prowls around Radnor Yard in Nashville.
A SCL U36B-Mate-U36B set switches a phosphate plant in Florida's Bone Valley region.