Five-year old Southern GP7 2196 has returned to Knoxville, Tenn. yard after servicing its customers on June 28, 1957. What is right of the nose-mounted bell — a siren?
I wish I knew the names of these two gents (I'll figure it out with some help from some friends and edit it in later EDIT: The fellow on the left is Carl Blevins, and the old-head engineer on the ... (more)
AAPRCO special in Jimmy Carter's home town. The 6049 is ex GT 6049, nee D&TSL 49
The tracks are full at the Butler Yard enginehouse at Butler, Wisconsin, in August 1983. A large group of GP7s, very common in this area at the time, occupy the tracks on the left, while a set of ... (more)
Not many 64 year olds can pull this kind of weight in their advanced age. NC&StL 710 can though! After having work done on the electrical system a few weeks ago, she is up and running and doing he... (more)
Ex SBD 2345, exx L&N 2345, exxx L&N 456, exxxx L&N 1719, nee NC&StL 719
On July 3rd, 1972, Clinchfield RR. GP7 906 was involved in a crash in the yard in Elkhorn City, KY. when a cut of hoppers got loose in the yard and crashed into the locomotive servicing area on th... (more)
This unit was retired in 1984 and then paint in PCS shop, Montreal and donated to the city by CN to commemorate Toronto's 150th anniversary.
The last GP7 on the Rio Grande roster pauses between switch moves at Provo Yard on Feb. 15, 1976.
A former DL&W GP7 and an EMD SW9 sit at East Buffalo.