Santa Fe SD39 #1556 with Kodachrome painted slug#145
NMED led by former Illinois Terminal SD39 #2301 heads west past the station in Kennebunk. Also of note is SD26 621, one of only two left in existance.
copper ore train
Dakota & Iowa loaded rock train stuggling upgrade out of Canton behind two SD39s, a GP9, and a GP20.
Tren del ácido en la estación Malvilla
Rebuilt SD39s were used on the hump at Barstow.
It's late afternoon in March of 73, and this westbound frieghts rear end has just passed the "Top end of A yard" with a good roll - by so the engineer is notching the throttles up for hopefully a ... (more)
The northbound empty rock train led by SD39 #4027 and GP50's #2512 and #2513 cross over the Big Sioux River and the falls for which this beautiful city is named. The photo is shot from the observ... (more)
A Eastbound Southern Pacific manifest is traveling through Bealville. Seen in the photo are the station and all the supporting buildings that made the railroads more interesting. The other 3 units... (more)
BNSF 1925 and 6397 take a quick break before getting back to work on the hump yard tracks.
A colorful combination of BNSF 6300 and BNSF 156 lead a southbound local out of Ardmore for the quick trip back to Gainesville (TX). The 6300 was originally classified as a SD40u but was de-rated ... (more)
A unique (for the Twin Ports) Santa Fe SD39 switches the car shop in Superior where a faded BN logo still adorns the sign on the right.
One of several jobs working the 28th St Yard