A matched set of triple axle EMDs switch out the yard in Geneva.
Various power and some passenger coaches sit in the Finger Lakes yard in Geneva.
Stored with long strings of retired GP16s this former ACL>SCL>SBD unit has probably reached the end of the line as well, though it was not on our list to inspect.
As much as some people liked "stealth" apparently motorists didn't and the expedient fix was this, called YN2 as I recall. It is fairly unusual to see a mom and slug at Erwin.
One of a vanishing breed, a nice looking four axle on a major railroad. This one will soon depart with a southbound auto rack train.
A former SP unit sits awaiting assignment. Grainbelt's grain is mostly inbound at this time as it hasn't rained significantly in something like 7 years. I like the unit's name "Cheyenne&quo... (more)
Somewhere I have loaded a shot ot the other side but have no idea how to reference it.
The current leased power rests in Copperhill on this beautiful May afternoon.
Look at all bygones. Cars on open railcars. Electric freight on a major railroad. Railfans have been accused of living in the past. Maybe we just notice change more than others. I cherish thi... (more)
Just another stealth unit awaiting a call.
Originally from the Chessie System, now equipped with radio control and economy air conditioning (a white roof) this unit is serving as a yard switcher.
Just like older humans, reduced to yard service. This one began on L&N. Note the builders plate intact and an older type headlight housing.
The pumpkins were pretty neat. The lineage is something like this ACL>SCL>SBD>CSX.
Many shortlines have needed the "OUCH" reporting marks but the Ouachita Railroad has them. The 1200 HP EMD roadswitcher was not accepted in the US but fortunately we now have a few of these nice ... (more)