Appearing not long for this world, Northern Plains Railroad 1400, a former BN GP10 that started life as a Great Northern GP7, sits at the line's shops at Lansford, ND.
Hocking Valley's lesser-known geep, the 701, throttles up with the day's passenger train leaving a cloud of smoke behind. This GP10 is a Paducah rebuild, and is in the colors from it's Amtrak serv... (more)
The Reading-based local that services the Lebanon Valley line has been switching various sidings along the line. Riding on its markers, just a few hundred feet back, has been an Enola-bound GP10/S... (more)
A local crew from Reading is in the process of picking up 30 empty hoppers at the Dyers stone quarry on the Reading Belt Line. These hoppers are not destined to be loaded with stone today. Instead... (more)
A newly painted GP10 sits with other power at the end of Raritan Center yard.
Raritan Central Railway RC02 passing the Clayton Block & Concrete plant while departing Conrail Shared Assets Operations Metuchen Yard for the return trip back to Raritan Center.
The Farmrail 25th anniversary unit rests in the Orient lead off the east pass in Clinton, OK after pulling loaded sand cars to Elk City and empties back.
In preparation for the approaching Superstorm Sandy, Raritan Central Railway RC02 shoves a large cut of cars onto the Northfield sidings.
South Carolina Central GP10 No. 75 pulls a cut of cars out of the Sonoco plant in Hartsville, just outside of Darlington.
South Carolina Central GP10 No. 75 still wears its blue and white colors (the operation is now part of Genesee & Wyoming) as it works the Sonoco plant in Hartsville, just outside Darlington.
Raritan Central Railway's ex-PRR GP10 switches covered hoppers for Plastic Express as a rainbow forms to the East.
A Georgia Central westbound negotiates the roller coaster profile of the former Seaboard Airline Savannah-Montgomery main behind a GP10/slug and three U23B's.
After a primarily cloudy day, the sun finally breaks through just in time as the yard job shoves back to the yard past Morton salt after working American Materials and Mortons.
One of Raritan Central's GP10's sits on the pit track in the process of being painted. This former Conrail unit has spent the last six years in green paint but now will become red.
Georgia Northeastern extra Grain Train pulling through the dump shed.