Work train season was in swing this past summer and a rare daytime move is seen going through BWI.
Built in 1966, this example is one of only eight unique units built for the anticipated Toronto Commuter service and initially wore CN paint. Named the GP40TC (Toronto Commuter), they eventually ... (more)
The work train crew prepares to get ready for a move, and blueish white EMD smoke plumes from the stacks as this oddball of a locomotive revs up.
SUPER Elevation making it look like this locomotive is about ready to tip over. The GP38H-3 is assisting the engineering dept. as they do work on track 3.
The 527 is throttled up and moving at a good clip as it heads solo on a solo mission.
Originally a GP40TC, now GP38H-3, this work train locomotive travels light down the corridor.
A tie train with matching GP38H-3s on either end support track improvements on the NEC.
This unit began life as a GP40TC in 1966, and was rebuilt into a GP38H-3 in the early 2000s with a brand new cab. Photo taken on RR property with permission.
Various power at Race Street including a NS guest. Photo taken on RR property with permission.
A yard crew shifts power around the pit. Photo taken with permission.