One of many MRL SD9 that can be found in Nebraska working for grain elevators.
OMLX 4327 brings a cut of cars into Johnstown while OMLX 2959 heads back to Loveland. In the time before this shot, 2959 and 4327 tried to move a cut of 120 hoppers up a hill to make room for more... (more)
Rio Grande's Provo Switcher sets out three bulkhead flat cars to the Anderson Lumber spur at 6th South and 2nd West in Provo. The brakeman is communicating to the engineer with hand signals via a ... (more)
Looking much like a model railroad, OMLX 4327 in Northwestern Pacific Black Widow scheme sits alone near the old Sugar Mill and Great Western Omnitrax shops in Loveland, CO. This unit will be used... (more)
Working the Southern Pacific yard at City of Industry, California, on March 2, 1975, are a pair of early Espee SDs: SD9 3960 and SD7 1430. SD9 3960 is wearing its second roadnumber (originally S... (more)
Williamsport, MD 4/1/2010 - The northbound Winchester & Western turn out of Corning, WV is crossing the Potomac River near Williamsport on its way to Hagerstown, MD with loads of sand and other co... (more)
Martinsburg, WV 4/1/2010 - Winchester & Western conductor Denny Hutzler prepares to open the derail on the CSX interchange track for the southbound W&W "86" turn, which runs from Winchester, VA to... (more)
Former Reserve Mining units.
The Central of Georgia bought an SD7 and several SD9s as road power, but they wound up as yard power during SR/NS years.
A classic set of Missabe power leads empties up the hill back to Proctor Yard.In these days the line down to the docks was still double track.
Georgia Southwestern SD9 #1901 resting at Smithville, GA || Sept. 2001
Working down and up hill at Kelim, OMLX 4327, still painted in NWP's Black Widow paint scheme is seen with over 20 cars for Johnstown and surrounding areas.
Lets Race The Train A car rolls along side the GW1 local as the car coasts down hill. Here, GW1 is making their trip East out of Loveland to Kelim and Johnstown at a place called Birds.
Two Atlanta icons lead a transfer run past an even bigger Atlanta icon. SOU 207 later became NS 59, and served nearly its entire career in the Atlanta area.