A rare visitor to the Selkirk area, an Ann Arbor railroad GP38-2 now under LTEX reporting marks sits in a Q633 engine consist along with another LTEX EMD of UP heritage. Heading for Pan Am as man... (more)
The Raritan Central is busy on this snowy morning with two crews on duty. This crew uses leased former BNSF GP38 2244 to shove a few loads of lumber down a lead where they will be spotted for unl... (more)
RCRY power sitting in the yard on a snowy Sunday afternoon. LTEX 2244 is an ex BNSF geep and 7545 is an ex Conrail GP10.
A Raritan Central crew endures a steady snowfall while performing some switching duties in RCRY's yard. LTEX 1074 has several spotting features of a former Southern Pacific SW1500 and was built a... (more)
A pair of flares help to protect a road crossing while a Raritan Central crew does a bit of switching in their yard.
A crew member climbs aboard the single unit on the hind end of RC-2 after stopping traffic at the road crossing. The idling SW1500 provides a safer, warmer place to protect the shove back to Rari... (more)
An assortment of engines of all kinds are presented in this view of LTEX's locomotive shops.
A view slightly askew of Larry's with some new among the old.
It's undeniable that there truly is quite the array of power to be seen sitting in the LTEX shops. From SW1500's to C30-7's, and Duluth, Missabe and Iron Range to Ohio Central, there's plenty her... (more)
E's, Geep's, Sw's, SD's, Slugs, MP's and even a couple GE's, something for just about everyone and behind me there are several more E's, Geeps a few CF7's a couple F40's two F45's and much much mo... (more)
There are nothing left of these old gray Amtrak units except the cabs. Glad I at least saw them once in my lifetime.
all i can say is WOW!
Former DMR, BN, NS, SP, UP, CNW, and WC units are all visible here, among all the other unknown shortlines.