Union Pacific's Bloomington-Carlinville local, LSF54, roars into Funks Grove on its return trip to home base on Saturday morning Nov. 19. The two GP60's were delivered new over the same rails in 1... (more)
An Extra Watson yard job arrives back in Wilmington with a couple units at sunrise having just dropped off a train at Alcoa Yard in Torrance.
A Santa Fe GP60 leads an SF30C and a C30-7 on a westbound manifest freight through the high country at Chalender, Arizona on May 1, 1991.
Three colorful Electro-Motive Division GP60 demonstrators fly eastbound on the Santa Fe main line approaching Toluca, Illinois, on April 19, 1986. The rounded contours of the cab and nose was not ... (more)
A pair of NS GP60s lead B08 west through CP 482.
NS GP60 #7129 leads northbound Norfolk Southern local manifest train #G36 through a rural grade crossing in Rome, Georgia, approximately two miles south of Krannert Yard in Coosa on NS's Krannert ... (more)
BNSF 178 is one of the more interesting GP60's with no lettering on the long hood or nose.
Baretables in CommerceBNSF Railway train B-LACLAC3-11 (a baretable train that operated from Hobart Yard near Los Angeles to Fullerton, where it picked up the cars, and back) leaves ... (more)
Colorful BNSF GP60sBNSF Railway train B-LACLAC3-11 (a baretable train that operated from Hobart Yard near Los Angeles to Fullerton, where it picked up the cars, and back) passes thr... (more)
Former SP 9721 switches a cut of cars on the tracks between Rivergate and Barnes Yard.
It Escaped the Yard Limits and is Running Amok!A Union Pacific yard job, symboled YEY54-29, passes through Elmendorf, Texas, on its way to Mission Rail Park/Twin Eagle Sand Logistic... (more)
There was a brief, glorious time when the daily Atlanta-FEC intermodal was powered by three-or-four packs of GP60 and B32 models. Even then I knew it would be classic.
A pair of GP60's, the second engine has to be one of the last to still wear Cotton Belt lettering, heads East with a short 3 car local.
Potash Local returns to Grand Junction.
A quartet of former Southern Pacific locomotives tow Union Pacific's Denver to Salt Lake City manifest freight west along the former Rio Grande at Riverton on June 9, 2000.