Two Milwaukee Road GP20s lead a westbound freight through Hoffman Avenue in St. Paul, Minnesota, on the afternoon of March 22, 1986. Milwaukee Road GP20s were not true EMD-built GP20s, but were GP... (more)
The only turbo-charged unit on the roster, a ex-Great Northern GP20 leads four normally aspirated motors and 32 CSX hoppers of corn. Due to the grades, 65 car grain trains are split in half for t... (more)
Palmetto Railways former 1960's Burlington Northern power works a job shoving tanker cars back into Kapstone. This is all part of their yard operations at this location and you can find 2005 regu... (more)
NORMAN OK August 1977 -- Santa Fe GP20 3119, U23B 6330 and GP38 3500 depart Norman with a mixed train. The train is traveling north as it parallells U.S. 77 out of town.
The E&W returns to Argos after working a couple industries in Plymouth along this Nickle Plate branch line.
Southbound between St. Joe and Kansas City, 2 months after the Frisco/BN merger.
A westbound City of Prineville Railway freight approaches Lone Pine Road at ONeil, Oregon, on September 28, 2016. If the locomotive looks “Milwaukee Road” to you, it’s no accident—COPR No. 989 is ... (more)
Somewhat overshadowed by the pair of F-units, the other power used by the Keokuk Western is still very interesting as seen by this trio of GP20's shoving a long cut of cars through La Hapre
The Universal Alloy train rolls south past the restored station at Holly Springs
Elkhart & Western GP20 2045 crawls along the ex-NKP Indianapolis & Michigan City Branch with a single car from Rochester for interchange to Norfolk Southern at Argos.
SLAL 2034, ex ATSF GP20 found at a car repair facility south of Slaton, TX.
Sharp Paint SchemeRAJX is the reporting mark for Rail Logix Alamo Junction of Elmendorf, Texas. RAJX "GP19-1" 1701 is a former Southern Pacific GP20. This locomotive rolled out of... (more)
An eastbound City of Prineville train is passing the entrance of Sigman Ranch on its trip from the BNSF connection at Prineville Junction near Redmond, Oregon, back to Prineville on September 28, ... (more)
A pair of deer are nearly synchronized as they cross in front of a westbound City of Prineville Railway train approaching Prineville Junction, Oregon, on September 28, 2016.
Painted up in a nifty paint scheme sporting Rail Logic and lettered for RJAX. This is another newly opened facility dealing mostly with frac sand.