LSRC 800 backs into the yard with a short train fromm the north.
LSRC 1164 is leading an empty coal train through a residential area of Bay City as they head south from Consumers Energy in Essexville.
LSRC 1179 is heading back to Saginaw Yard after picking up a single scrap gon at Rifkin Steel across town.
The 1164 is backing into Lake State's yard in Bay City with traffic bound for Northern Michigan. The Lake State runs a Saginaw to Bay City local during the week.
With a nice snow fall over night, one of the remain snow squalls works it's way through Saginaw as LSRC 2052 and 1164 double a couple empty Gons into a track of cars that will become Z127 to Flint... (more)
The Paines Job is heading south through Genesee Yard in Saginaw with 4 cars for the Mid-Michigan Railroad.
LSRC 975 spends another cold night outside. The unit started her life as Boston & Maine #1517 before having her nose chopped and having a 12-251C engine put in by Morrison Knudsen. The unit came t... (more)
Arriving before dawnbreak, newly-repainted LSRC #805 wears the railroad's new, brighter blue paint scheme. Unit previously wore Canada's "Rocky Mountaineer" colors.
As of Thursday the 17th the last of the LSRC Alco's, 1280, was scrapped bringing the end of a era to Michigan. Here two of the last 3 M420's and one of the four C425's sits outside the shops in Sa... (more)
Unfortunately it seems that throughout the month of November, 2011 nearly all of Lake State's ALCO fleet was scrapped. In somewhat better days 381, 181 & 3571 work their way south toward Bay City... (more)
All but 2 of the Alcos owned by Lake States have been scrapped including all four in this photo. These three MLW M420's were the first to be scrapped.
Lake State 1169 is leading the local back to Saginaw as it passes through the residential areas of Bay City's South End.
With 101 loads in tow, train 326 growls up the grade out of Alpena as it begins its journey to Bay City.
Wearing colors reminiscent of the CB&Q, LSRC 4301 leads the southbound night freight passing the historic Harrisville depot.
Certainly the LSRC's most unique unit, GP40-2 4300 (rebuilt from one of twenty-three GP40Xs) sports experimental HT-B trucks (one of only ten units to receive them), a cab mounted bell, a K5LA, SP... (more)