A MICHIGAN RAILROAD CLUB fantrip from Detroit to Jackson, Michigan has stopped at the Pontiac Depot to pick up a few extra passengers. At the far right you can see the Pontiac station. To the le... (more)
Although at the time Grand Trunk Western depended mainly on steam power, even as early as 1946 Diesel 7911 was busily switching cars in the Pontiac, Michigan yards.
Some passenger cars of the COLE BROS. CIRCUS train.
After waiting a couple of hours, GTW 4619 leads 11 tank cars under the GTW searchlight signal bridges at MAL in downtown Pontiac. Three days later the signals were cut over.
CN 2452 & BCOL 4619 take L502 under the GTW bridge at MAL in Pontiac, MI. This interlocking was cut over just two days later on Jun 13th.
R950 with the GTW 4619 departs Pontiac passing under the GTW signal bridge at MAL. This interlocking was cut over just three days later on Jun 13th.
R950 with the GTW 4619 departs Pontiac passing under the GTW signal bridge at Johnson Ave. Replacements are on site and will most likely be cut over before the end of the month.
GTW 4907 leads a short local south out of the Pontiac yard and rolls under the GTW search lights.
CN R95061 19 is departing from Pontiac with a former DT&I geep providing the power.
CN L502 is backing their setout into Pontiac as they pass under the endangered searchlights.
CN R950 is heading northbound at Woodward Avenue in Pontiac with 7 cars.
The EJE 667 is pulling past the yard office in Pontiac while working a cut of cars.
A45161 blasts west through the three track signal bridge at Pontiac on a crap-tacular day in eastern Michigan.
A pair of BNSF GE's lead a rack train south towards Detroit on Canadian National's Holly Sub as they pass under the searchlight signal bridge at the south end of Pontiac Yard.
CN L515 is rounding the curve at Woodward Avenue as they head south from Pontiac.