Ex-DT&I GP38 200 now completely in GTW colors, and became fully GTWized in the 6000 series.
Stored DT&I GP35,s and GP38's on the deadline at Flat Rock, Michigan on February 12, 1983. The DT&I GP35's didn't last long on the GTW.
The transaction of the DT&I sale to the GTW were carried out in 1980. Upon completion of the sale, the DT&I retained its name for a brief period of time and was operated as the DT&I Division of th... (more)
Detroit, Toledo & Ironton GP38-2 226, GP40 405, GP38-3 225 and GP40 401 leads train out of Flat Rock, Michigan DT&I yards, now new owner GTW in February 1982.
The 292-mile Ann Arbor Railroad was a subsidiary of the Detroit Toledo & Ironton RR from 1963 to 1970. Locomotive maintenance and repairs for both railroads was done at DT&I’s engine and shop faci... (more)
What could have been if not for a little gray paint. IORY A400 works its way off the lead in Flat Rock, MI. to proceed back south on the CN Flat Rock Sub and eventually back to home rails. While I... (more)
DT&I GP38 1776, and Conrail SD40-2 6428 wait to leave the DT&I yard at Flat Rock, while DT&I 212 switches cars at Flat Rock, MI. 11-24-1979
Built in 1971 this is a SD38DC which the DT&I only had two numbered 253-254.. The other SD 38's they had were built in 1969 numbered 250-252.
Taken with Permission. The CN Santa train arrives at CN Flat Rock Yard in Flat Rock Michigan. Here we see the kid of conductor posing for the camera.
power being serviced at Flat Rock engine facility
a pair of DT&I's SD38's were working the Flat Rock yard
A trio of Ann Arbor GP35's sit in the yard, all featuring DT&I logos. Location uncertain, any help appreciated. 35mm slide from my collection, photographer unknown.
A southbound DTI local has just departed Flat Rock yard