SD9 No. 4360--a frequent sight on Tehachapi--leads a westbound SP manifest down the steep grade at Woodford.
NWP 4327 and 4324 meet at Geyserville to swap trains.
BN 6119, former GN SD9 592, is parked at Minneapolis at the former GN roundhouse at Harrison St. This unit was the third of ten SD9s ordered by Great Northern for delivery in 1958. GN 590-597 were... (more)
Restoration efforts continue on this old beast.
DMIR 129 restored to its original color scheme swtiches the tie plant at Bootleg, WI as part of its chores on the Interstate Branch freight. The train will work east to South Itasca before returni... (more)
On a gray Memorial Day weekend in northeastern Minnesota, the St. Paul-Superior, WI Badger accelerates out of Brook Park as a couple of ladies who just detrained, head towards their ride home. The... (more)
OLMX 4327 has had a great career, having been built in 1955 for the Southern Pacific and then served the Southwest Pacific and lastly with Omnitrax out of Loveland Colorado. If rumor is true, 432... (more)
Armed with information from one of the crew members, that the 5399 would be working on this beautiful summer day, I made a 4 hour trip to Lebanon, Oregon. A great day was spent following the tra... (more)
A quartet of Missabe power fights off a cold fall rain near the docks on Duluth's west side at the bottom of Proctor Hill. Phase 4 SD9 DMIR 167 is mated up with SD38AC 207, another Phase 4 SD9 and... (more)
I spotted some MRL blue sooner than I expected on my trip to Montana. A former Montana Rail Link SD9, now lettered LOCX 605, resides at the elevator in McLaughlin, South Dakota.
BN SD9 6110 with GP9B 601 and SD9 6118 at Kansas City, Missouri August, 1984. BN GP9B 601 rebuilt Northern Pacific GP9 323 following wreck damage.
A number of stored former Reserve Mining SD9s mingle with Baldwin locomotives at E&LS's shop at Wells (Escanaba). Cessna 172.
A special WWII troop train with WWII era equipment and reenactors takes a ride through Niles Canyon on historic equipment
Probably one of the most paintless, patched, rusty locomotives I have ever photographed that was still active sits at Chadron, Nebraska, on July 14, 2008. But hey, at least it’s an SD9! Nebkota No... (more)