Cloquet Terminal's 2608 makes a rare daylight appearance outside the shop while SW1000 35 idles nearby.
Cloquet Terminal has placed their former MODOC Genset into service with lettering inspired by the Milwaukee Road and interchange partner BNSF. They also painted the under frame black and added sn... (more)
The Cloquet Terminal's newest engine (former Modoc Academy) is shuffled around at BNSF's Belknap engine facility.
The tall and short of it. The Army bought them and the Army doesn't want them. Numbers 6000, 6001 & 6002 are now sitting on the ground, they have been stripped of all useful parts and what is left... (more)
A green goat works the yard in Fort Worth Texas.
A little info on the locos, from Jody Moore... UPY 2004 - Converted from former SOO fuel tender (GP9) 4001 in Feb. 2005. The unit was shipped to JBS in July 2008 for conversion to RP20BD ge... (more)
Soon to be Finnished Modoc Training Academy #2006 is awainting being moved by what has to be the Best painted and cared for Trackmobile in the Work. Even has its own Locomotive Bell.
U.S. Army Goes Green....
Fresh out of Super Steel's paint booth and awaiting Decals.
This Green Goat hybrid showed up with a similar UP model not too long ago. Keeping it company at the table is motorless CW40-8 8394, whose hood appears to be sitting behind the goat.
A "Green Goat" working a cut of cars at the UP yard in Fort Worth Tx.
Originally built in 1955 as a GP9 for Illinois Central, It now works as a hybrid for MRA.
Sitting in front of the yard office at Alliance.
Two "Green Goats" await their crew for the day before they start their work along the Riverside Lead.