Just outside the Mittal steel plant, a Harbor SW1500 does some switching.
CSXT #1112 switches out some tankers on the Bruceton sub before returning to Radnor Yard.
Burlington Northern SW1500 #34 in East Thomas Yard. #34 was built October 1968 as Frisco (SLSF) #329 and later became Burlington Northern Santa Fe #3414
Burlington Northern SW1500 #31 sits adjacent to the Yard Tower in East Thomas Yard. #31 was built October 1968 as Frisco (SLSF) #326. After Burlington Northern - Santa Fe merger, unit became BNSF... (more)
UPY 1178 Retired May 25th 2004.
The former Manufacturers Railway that serves the Anheuser-Busch brewery in Saint Louis, Missouri, now has several Foster Townsend Rail Logistics diesels assigned there since the demise of the MRS.... (more)
Some of the spurs into West Point-Pepperell's many mills along the Chattahoochee River were steep, but SW1500 101 was up to the job if the cuts weren't too long.
Alton & Southern SW1500 #1510 and UPY MP15AC #1214 works UP's Alton & Southerns Gateway Yard in beautiful (lol) East St. Louis, Illinois. ALS #1510 was retired a few months later.
A nice looking pair of EMD end-cab switchers handle a train to West Duluth. Trailing 3411 is former Frisco MP15 3702.
Brake hose in hand, a crewman rides 101's bottom step as a switch crew heads out to rescue a car from one of the several yards located at various WP-P mills in the Valley.
TZPR SW1500 1520 heads light back home to East Peoria yard.
Northbound with special Hi and Wide load for Koppers tie plant.
EX-RF&P SW1500, later acquired by the Patapsco & Back Rivers, is seen switching Gray's Yard in Sparrows Point.
VTR 501, leading GP-38 202, switching grain facility at North Bennington, VT in June 1976, having just arrived at this B&M interchange from Rutland, VT. This was the only SW1500 in Vermont in 1976... (more)
Two former Burlington Northern SW1500s push a graffitied and boarded up Santa Fe caboose into the yard. Above, a BNSF freight with a Citirail leader continues east on the flyover.