Power for Rio Grande's Short Line Transfer and the Midvale Tramp await a call at the Roper Diesel Shop on July 19, 1983.
What I did on my Summer vacation, redux: An early morning visit to the Mad River & NKP Museum. This fine display of a Norfolk & Western Wreck train is led by SD9, 2349, followed by a crane set an... (more)
The SP 5399 leads an excursion that the Albany & Eastern Railroad set up for a jamboree that was taking place in Sweet Home, Oregon.
On a gloomy January day NS SD9 52 leads another load of new Ford Taurus's away from the assembly plant for Atlanta's Inman Yard.
One of my favorite 'high hood' EMDs, Rio Grande SD9 No. 5310 works the morning switch job at Provo Yard on Dec. 12, 1976.
The sun sets on these two bloody nosed SD9s.
The SD9 features a nose that only a mother or a General Motors EMD designer could love.
SP #5472 is seen sitting at Brightside Yard as it waits for SP 1423 to move back where it was so the 5472 can switch around more.
A June early morning found SP 4422 and 4365 along with classic SP bay window caboose tied up at Medford.
SP 5472 takes a rest after switching the half-dead SP 9010 into her shops for continuous restoration work, and to prep the engine for a future operation in the Niles Canyon Railway. SP 5472 awaits... (more)
A power line-up. It's just after dawn on a cold morning in February, and the locomotives of the Nevada Northern Railway are getting ready for work. Pictured here are the four work horses t... (more)
SP's Lompoc Local with a pair of SP SD9 "Cadillacs" were switching the large Johns Manville plant in the hills south of Lompoc
Northwestern Pacific 4327 (SD9) catches the last rays of a golden sunset while sitting on a siding at the old sugar mill in Longmont, Colorado.
First and second generation EMDs mingle at Provo Yard on May 21, 1976 (DRGW 5308, 5932, 5952, 3118, 3117).