Mobile was a treasure of southern railroading in these days with Frisco, TASD, Southern, GM&O and L&N all coming to town. The waterfront yard of L&N was busy and crowded with beautiful yellow and... (more)
The Cloquet Terminal's newest engine (former Modoc Academy) is shuffled around at BNSF's Belknap engine facility.
A switcher suns itself while four green SD40-2s and Cloquet Terminal GG20B 2608 wait to power the Grand Rapids Local later in the afternoon.
Rio Grande and UP/SP power being serviced.
This SD40-2 showed up at St. Paul looking like it was fresh out of the paint booth wearing the Milwaukee's final "Hiawatha" scheme.
If you like veteran EMD locomotives - and I do - then the MRL is well worth a visit.
Power for the Paradise Local is serviced at Missoula.
Looks like this Catfish isn't long out of its birthplace at Erie, Pennsylvania, judging by the paint and the coupler.
The CTRR's two SW-1s pose for night shots. Lighting by Steve Glischinski and Jeff Terry.
One of CTRR's two SW-1s keeps their "new" SW-1000 company on a beautiful summer day.
Another nice repaint.
Just another fresh repaint.
This only happened to ex-L&N units. I've always wondered from what level that order came. The 6200 numbering system was quickly changed and not all units were renumbered into it.
FORT WORTH TX May 26 1985 -- Missouri Pacific 3090 awaits an assignment.
I'm not even sure it's Washington. Nothing on the slide.