One of the three ex-Illinois Terminal SD39s purchased by the Guilford organization from the N&W for the Boston & Maine heads up an ex-Conrail GP40 and a native B&M GP40 on train POPY (Portland-Pot... (more)
Santa Fe Kodachrome 1564 leads the Harbor Train through the yard in San Bernardino. This train had all sorts of problems due to the old Kaiser Steel slag cars that were being shipped to China. A... (more)
Three Santa Fe SD39’s lead a 71-car westbound manifest through the eastbound semaphores at Wagon Mound, New Mexico. The westbound semaphore can be seen dropping from a clear to a stop indication. ... (more)
SD39 1567 leads SD45-2 5851, SD40-2 5168 and SD45-2 5844 on an eastbound.
Soo Line 6240 leads an interesting mix of locomotives down Lake Hill in Milwaukee, WI in March of 1987. The train is probably a Lake States train heading for home rails. The siding the northbound ... (more)
Guilford Boston & Maine SD39 691 and 690 (ex-Illinois Terminal 2962-2961) at Buffalo, New York.
My first encounter with Guilford's recently acquired SD39's. Lettered for the B&M, 692, 691, & 690, along with a MEC U25B, lead an Eastbound along the Canisteo River at Browns Crossing, NY on Sept... (more)
A Dakota and Iowa empty grain unit train is westbound near Beresford, SD . The D & I received the train from the BNSF at Sioux City. The train moved North on the D & I to Hawarden, IA and then hea... (more)
One of my favorite SP diesel locomotives leads a manifest through the Mormon Rocks area of Cajon Pass. Started once again to scan some of my older slides.
A southbound Delaware & Hudson Penn Division detour train enters the Southern Toer line off of the Jefferson Connection at Lanesboro, PA. Following two ex-Illinois Terminal SD39’s and two Pittsbur... (more)
Santa Fe EMD SD39u 1570 and GP40X 3801 at Cleburne, Texas.
Former Norfolk & Western 2964 sits outside the Santa Fe San Bernardino diesel shops. Note the far side of the cab is missing. This diesel locomotive was purchased by the Santa Fe for conversion.
The FP-45 and F-45 on Santa Fe’s Trn. 17 El Capitan / Super Chief needed a little assistance from SD-39 4008 on October 1, 1970 as the train passed Maxwell, N.M.
New ballast has had no effect on leveling the siding at Levy, New Mexico. Here a 73-car eastbound freight rocks and rolls its way out of the siding after getting a clear signal.