Was used in the local switching in the area.
Kicking cars in the yard. From my slide collection. Photo by Mark Clark
One thing I like about this hobby is watching the changes. DCs, a different plant in the background and frequent coal trains, things of the past. Nice string on a southbound coal train.
Former B&O series was way outnumbered in the Chessie System by GPs, though I have never figured out why.
Two US Army MRS-1s, #B2080 & B2081, and SMARRCO #13, an Alco RS-3, sit behind the shop.
A view on the large BNSF freight yard from Barstow hill on a cold winter sunday morning. In the foreground the 48 classification tracks, behind the hump and the 10 recieving tracks. In the middle ... (more)
A quartet of sixaxle GE's of BNSF (ES44DC # 7893, ES44C4 # 6836, C44-9W # 4132 and ES44DC # 7667) are leaving Barstow's yard with a doublestack eastbound, while the yard shunters SD40-2 # 1851 and... (more)
A bit of wide angle lens play makes the 407 appear much larger than little brother SD38-2 212. Both are Missabe veterans, with 407 tracing its original birthright back to 1976 as SSW 9278 (SP) and... (more)
Two former DM&IR SD38-2s switch cars in a frosted surrounding.
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.
I thought this was a mystery. At the end of the day the Santa train is usually pointed south. Then I remembered that on this date CRR 676 a mysterious 4-6-6-4 was hauling that train and the equi... (more)
Heeling into the curve this southbound pig train pays no attention to the yard as it races south.
This former B&O unit has recently gotten a white roof and for some reason has a metal battery box cover.
During a work trip to Warner-Robins AFB, I managed to find a set of Georgia Central locomotives tied down in the yard. Glad I did, most GC UBoats are now off the roster.