Union Pacific's last numbered GP20 in a series of 30 units idles away the night at Provo Yard on Feb. 5, 1977. The 2000 horsepower EMD was built new for the UP in August 1960. In just over a year ... (more)
Columbia & Cowlitz 700 is getting super-cleaned on a labor-day Friday at the C&C shops. The gleaming glossy-black trucks just eat up the sunlight, even a Nikon LS-9000 scanner is outdone here...
At least the derailment at Red Eagle, Montana wasn’t bad enough to block the Empire Builder’s passage on April 8, 1969. The two derrick work trains, the western one with GP-20 2020, are at ease ... (more)
In the mid 70's these engines started showing up around here.
Eastbound train is leaving Bushnell with a GP20 and 2 FP9A engines on rather rough track.
Georgia & Florida Railway (GFRR) Local Freight Train GF-86 (Camilla Job) is seen heading Southbound at Radium Springs, GA.
Until the company went belly up, Kentucky's South East Coal operated its own locomotives and cars on the L&N (later Seaboard System and CSX) Eastern Kentucky Subdivision. These three GP20s (with t... (more)
Georgia Southern (Pioneer Railcorp) 3000 rests at Fort Valley which, according to the water tank, is "Georgia's Peach City."
After leaving Canon city the Royal Gorge route train heads into the most spectacular section of the Gorge.
The calm piece of another summer day in the Feather River Canyon is broken by a familiar yet almost forgotten pulse of a EMD 567 series prime mover and the colors of the fallen Western Pacific rai... (more)
Not unlike a number of steam hoggers Engineer Robert"Bobby"Rude was small in stature but a big man as a Locomotive Engineer. He hired out on the Milwaukee in the late 30's just prior to ... (more)
The "Valley" eastbound sits on the main to foul the engine track as Engineer Rude walks the consist giving his power a once over. That may be the inbound "Valley" power from Ch... (more)
Georgia & Florida Railway (GFRR) Local Freight GF-86 Train is seen making their way Southbound to Camilla, GA. to do some work as they pass through Baconton, GA.