A bit of a close clearance on the lead results in this miner collision between the Nahant yard job and a road train lite power. Afterwards with no injuries and minimal damage the locomotives were ... (more)
A bit of a close clearance on the lead results in this miner collision between the Nahant yard job and a road train lite power.
Sunning itself in San Luis Obispo, Califonria, is Southern Pacific SD9E 4327. Built by EMD in January 1955 as SP SD9 5378, this unit was renumbered SP 3856 in the 1965 renumbering. When rebuilt/... (more)
IMRL 602 at Nahant,IA..
Marquette switch engine on the IMRL.
The E&LS SD9 duo continues north along Rte 607 as the fog begins to lift. They will soon stop at Randville for a pickup and again at Sagola before arriving at Channing with a rather long train.
The ex-Reserve Mining SD9s #1221 & 1224 head north along Hwy 95 just north of Iron Mountain, MI as the fog begins to lift.
Northbound E&LS train to Channing breaks through the thick fog with the ex-Reserve Mining SD9s #1221 & 1224.
One of Missabe’s late-phase SD9s cruises toward the docks at Duluth at Zim, Minnesota, on September 25, 1994. Number 166 was built in 1959, and still carries the original paint scheme.
Northbound E&LS train to Channing heads through the northwoods of the Upper Peninsula with a pair of ex-Reserve Mining high hood SD9s.
Even in 1984 this was a rare lashup. Five first-generation SDs and GPs pulling a long mixed freight. The engine music was terrific!
BN ex-CB&Q passenger SD9 at the Lacrosse, WI. round house still with its steam generator.
Commuter Cadillacs! Both of SP's steam generator-equipped SD9s lead commute train #56. 4450 and 4451 were known as "Huff and Puff". I believe that's Tunnel #3 in background.
N&W lives on.
While searching for a suitable location to photograph the pending Rio Grande Zephyr, we spotted the Provo Switcher milling about in the former Salt Lake and Utah Railroad interchange yard called '... (more)