With new business in Zellwood needing regular switches, FCEN has taken to running on Saturdays as needed. The train will come north from Plymouth and work the industries with the northward facing... (more)
Soo Line 2403 has left the mainline and is heading for Jones Island in Milwaukee, WI in June of 1993.
Boston & Maine train CPSP (Newport, VT, to Springfield, MA, via CP/B&M) pauses for orders at the White River Junction station before heading south on the Connecticut River Line. Two B&M GP9s and a... (more)
TRIO OF EMDs. A Morristown & Erie hostler is moving a set of three EMD locomotives at the railroad's Morristown yard. Once an all Alco roster, the M&E has only one remaining in service Alco, C424 ... (more)
CCGX 4015 at Orangeville
In the late 90's the Iowa Northern became power short. They borrowed alot of power from different sources. One source was a couple of IMRL GP9's. Here the North Crew does work at Shell Rock with t... (more)
The Stone Train was local out of Nahant would go down the Industrial Main towards Montpelier and do all the customer work south of Nahant. Back in 2002 this job had a pair of GP9's. Here the crew ... (more)
After the demise of the 178-mile Lehigh & New England Railroad in 1961, all except two segments of its trackage were torn up. The remaining segments, a segment from Tamaqua, Pennsylvania, to the r... (more)
Chanting along the Clark Fork, Montana Rail Link EMD GP9s Nos. 127 and 120 power a 7-car MRL Paradise local toward St. Regis between Quinns and Donlan, Montana, on September 26, 2014.
The annual all-day trip to Petersburg passes the scenic vista at South Fork as it closes in on its terminus.
Durbin and Greenbrier Valley Railroad GP9 #6512 is seen sitting on the Shenandoah Valley Railroad Yard in Staunton, Virginia.
Just a few miles from completing its round trip to Clarkia and back, the "Branch Train" as it was known to train crews rolls down the St. Maries River Valley on a warm summer evening. Sa... (more)
Images from Cheddar, SC and the Kinder Morgan Transload Facility are quite different now than before. The GRLW used to get unit trains weekly, but now are lucky to get a couple per month. The decl... (more)
One of the two high hooded GP9's on the Greenville & Western RR roster sits attached to their caboose, passenger car, and Aiken RR caboose as it rests in the GRLW Belton Yard.