Raritan Central GP20 701 basks in the sunshine at Raritan Center, in Edison, N.J. This locomotive is a former Union Pacific locomotive. A rare unit indeed, as not many GP20s are left running on t... (more)
The Milwaukee Road called it a "walk and change" you would bring your train into the crew change point and while it kept rolling along very slowly the outbound crew would get on and you ... (more)
We're changing crews on the Ford Train at Popenfus's crossing but instead of getting off I'm getting on relieving East End Pool Engineer George Nicholson. The train is a combo of two trains 65 and... (more)
CP 2206 brings a rail train thru Franksville, WI on the CP (ex-MILW) C&M sub.
During their first weeks of operation for the recently created Central Maine & Quebec Railway, two GP20Ds led a short job #211 through Searsport in May of 2014. While not looking too bad in their... (more)
EMD’s GP20 series was developed out of Union Pacific experiments with turbocharging GP9s. But it was Santa Fe that, starting in 1960, ordered 75 of the new 2,000-hp units, more than any other road... (more)
BN 2033 shows off its rear end and its new BN green paint as it awaits its next assignment at Staples, MN along with two other former Great Northern units. As GN 2033, this high hood GP20 was one ... (more)
This was a radio head(actual transmitter and receiver was in the nose)on top of the control stand on the 969 which was assigned to CTH&SE between Chicago and Louisville. This was back in the day w... (more)
Skating down the Santa Cruz Boardwalk on a DODX flatcar.
Georgia Northeastern GP20 #316 sits at the small yard at Elizabeth waiting for Monday morning to arrive.
Sierra Railway's nicely painted Dinner Train the day after Christmas in gorgeous afternoon light.
Fresh painted Sierra 48 with it's matched set of cars for the Dinner Train.
Sierra #50 at Oakdale.
From the sign on the locker room door we must have had a really clean round house foreman back then.