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.
Winchester and Western power sits at the shops.
Nebraska Kansas Colorado RailNet GP10 #1 (ex-BN GP10 1426, ex-BN GP7 1625, nee-NP 551) & GP30 5003 (ex-NS 558, nee-NW 558) hauls a trainload of grain cars east between Danbury and Lebanon, Nebrask... (more)
A pair of clean GP10's switch the west end of Enola yard. They look far better than the NS power currently performing the same tasks.
Raritan Central's daily yard transfer crosses over Route 1 during the busy morning rush. From here they head back to Raritan Center. On point is a former Conrail GP10 followed by an ex-UP GP20.
Northbound G&M local near Philadelphia, MS || April 1988
An odd combination of diesels pull a Utah Railway Provo-Ogden turn through Riverton on August 2, 1997. The lead motor, a former Mid-South GP10 is on short term lease from OmniTrax. The GWRX 1030 i... (more)
A Winchester & Western local eases into the streets of downtown Winchester passing Piccadilly's Brew Pub with rebuilt EMD GP10 No. 575 on the lead.
Railserv 1052 at work at ADM in Valdosta on a bright morning