As always, lots of neat engines around Progress.
You won't find any new ACes on UP's line through Bloomington. It's all old school power in the yard today including a patched SP B30-7 and an ex-Guilford GP7.
NRHS night photo session at the old SP facility produced this group shot. Provia 100F. Lighting by Steve Barry of Railfan & Railroad.
Amtrak units bask in the sun at the 18th St. facility just south of downtown.
An incredible variety of Milwaukee Road power is lined up outside the shops, including F-units, several FM switchers, a GE and even a rare SD45
Many ex SP Tunnelmotors get a new lease on life. 300D.
A view of new UK power outside builders English Electric Vulcan Foundry Plant. L-R = E6009, E3193, D8128, D6608 plus the works pilot
The colors of D&H: GP39-2 7402 in Guilford charcoal and orange, GP39-2 7412 in Reading green and yellow (still!), and RS-11 5002 in late-1970s blue and yellow.
Various locomotives at the engine facility include a rare SW1001 and an exTrona Railway SD45-2.
Various locomotives, including some brand new BNSF Dash-9's, sit around the massive sanding towers at Selkirk Yard.
Superstructures of various EMD locomotive types crowd the floor of the SP's Burnham Shops.