A pair of Grand Trunk Western SD40s bring a cut of coil steel cars through Griffith Interlocking. Tom Golden photo.
A four-pack of EJ&E six-axle EMDs is seen bringing a manifest freight around the curve at Griffith. Tom Golden photo.
Although long-hood forward action was usually associated for the Southern and N&W, the Grand Trunk was no stranger to the action either. A trio of Geeps, two of which are first-generation, are al... (more)
In a scene that is only a memory, the engineer on EJ&E 668 is seen grabbing his train orders while moving at track speed across the diamonds in Griffith. Tom Golden photo.
A single EJ&E SD38 and caboose are awaiting a signal so they can proceed onto the mainline in Griffith. Tom Golden photo.
With a construction worker from a nearby jobsite protecting the crossing, EJ&E 650 is seen moving engine lite across Broad Street. Tom Golden photo.
C&O 6015 is seen crossing Broad Street in Griffith. Tom Golden photo.
CN SD70M-2 8925 brings M399 to a stop at Colfax St in Griffith.
A CN SD60 leads a westbound stack train at Griffith, IN.
The head brakeman is aligning the switch for a westbound manifest freight led by three E units, just east of the legendary Broad street tower. The C&O line is visible in the distance.
CN SD60 5427 leads Q149 west along the former GTW, slamming over the diamonds at Griffith.
Amtrak's James Whitcomb Riley is eastbound on C&O rails just east of Broad street in 1975.
On the second day of 1986, a pair of EJ&E SD38-2s pass through the cold, snowy town of Griffith. Tom Golden photo.
The head brakeman aligns the switch for a Chicago bound manifest freight, led by three E units, just east of Broad street in 1975.
A repainted IC SD40-2 leads the Van Loon local west through Griffith. Just a few of these 6100 series SD40-2s remain on the CN roster.