With it's clear coat pealing off, CSX B30-7 5578 and the majority of it's sisters were still very much active during 2003. (Slide Scan)
KGTR 1542 and 1541 wait out the weekend on the "main" in the Kingman Industrial Park.
The 6000-series (6000-6078), equipped with dynamic brakes, for coal service. They were designated as "SD40-2c" by Missouri Pacific.
Going through old photos I found this shot of Old 97 taken in 2010 around the time she went out of service for her 1472 days of service expiration. The Speedlite mounted to the camera provided jus... (more)
The MoPac bought only four SW1500's and were all mated with slugs, 1521 is mated with slug 1420 which was once an SW9.
One of the Mission Mountain's newest repaints, WAMX 3942 rests outside of the railroad's Columbia Falls yard office on a sunny fall morning. 3942 was painted to honor the Columbia Falls Wildcats, ... (more)
NS 3383 is parked on Track 27 at the Juniata Shops. Waiting to be stripped down for rebuild to become SD33CO 6220
CSX SD70AC 4717 is still nearly new in this view from March 2004. This late phase SD70MAC became another odd or rare model with the Alaska Railroad being the only other carrier to have the late ph... (more)
GCK #7436 basks in the sunlight after a fresh coat of paint was applied at MEI in STL.
Missouri Pacific GE U30C 2995 "screaming eagles", 3000hp built 01/74. The big GE wore two previous numbers T&P 3330, MP 3330 and will be assigned one more (UP 2995) that it will never w... (more)
Well before Patriot Rail came on scene GNRR ex SP GP20 4125 was still an everyday runner and is seen at Tate, Georgia between runs in September 2003. (Slide Scan)
Well before Patriot Rail came on scene GNRR GP9 6576 was still an everyday runner and is seen at Tate, Georgia between runs in September 2003 (Slide Scan)