Missouri Pacific power leads Union Pacific train MF (Memphis to Fort Worth) as it approaches the stop for the crew change in Texarkana. The signals on the semaphore are distant approach signals, w... (more)
Ex-GE B23-7 to Santa Fe (ATSF) cab #6409 in 1985 (serial no. 44085). Now is owned/operated by Geoterra Empreendimentos e Transportes Ltda (Minas Gerais, Brazil) cab #1008 under nickname DURVALINA... (more)
In an assortment of stored GP15-1s and other EMD products rests two GE B30-7As. UPY No. 110 and 108 are former yard slugs that have joined other operational units in UP's Grand Junction yard.
The morning fog has yet to completely lift as NS 608, a Yuma Turn, returns to Appalachia with empties.
Led by a pair of EMDs, six brand new MoPac GE B30-7As are seen heading south from Yard Center on their first revenue run. Tom Golden photo.
On September 9, 1994, a southbound Norfolk Southern train 047-08 Strates Carnival Train extra move is seen southbound on the NS H Line crossing the Potomac River at Shepardstown, WV. The train ha... (more)
A Roger Puta Photograph
NS B30-7As 3502 and 3514 waiting their next trip at Asheville, NC || Feb. 1989
An extra SP Taylor yard to Dolores yard "Dolores Hauler" comes down off the Firestone Blvd overpass into Watts on SP's exPacific Electric Wilmington Branch
CSX Q409 lead by CSX AC60CW 5007 and CSX SD50-2 8515 had the honor of escorting these 5 Providence and Worcester C30-7AB's to their eventual demise. It's unclear as to what their final destination... (more)
After a crew change at Danville a NS B30-7A leads its train north for Cincinnati.
A Southern B30-7A wearing white flags leads a westbound rack train into Louisville.
The UP-MP merger hasn't yet happened, but MP 4842 leads UP's Mon-Sat McPherson turn down the UP branch past a couple of RailGons at the scrapyard. The actual MP crosses UP at a right angle a few ... (more)
Brand new Southern Railway B30-7 #3501 has just been delivered. Notice the exhaust stack which is still capped.
A four axle trio move a freight south through Missouri Pacific's Dolton yard.