US Army GP10 4623 attends to a DODX flats loaded with a pair of M88 tank retrievers.
Nobody could have envisioned what happened the day after I took this photo.
The custom nose job on USA 1400 makes it the most unique locomotive on the US Army’s roster.
US Army GP10s 4624 and 4623 are turning bi-level autoracks on Ft. Hood wye.
Round trip ride from the San Diego Railroad Museum.
US Army Alco on Display at the Secret City railroad museum.
4633 was coupled to newly acquired (rebuilt NRE Jan. 2004) USAX 4653 to work railhead (Ft Carson rail yard). Equipment returning from Iraq needed switching at unloading docks.
Sitting outside the engine house at Ft. Stewart. Ft. Stewart Railroad had, at the time of this photo, over seven miles of track. Because it was considered an actual operating railroad, equipment... (more)