What I did on my Summer vacation, redux: The number of locomotives occupying "Larry's Alley" now stretches back even more and under the overpass considerably. Still sad to see my buddie... (more)
The Ditch Cleaner discards a trail of nasty wet ballast on the opposite side of the tracks as it heads west past Larry's Truck and Electric in McDonald, Ohio.
Old Conrail veterans keep each other company, while waiting for their day with the scrapper. The Dash 7 on the left seems to be in a little better shape than the old GP10. Note: This photo was tak... (more)
R.I.P. The remains of an Amtrak F40PH sit, buried in the weeds at Larry's Truck & Electric. Note: This photo was taken on private property, with permission.
An old BN, Cascade green switcher and a Santa Fe Bluebonnet GP30u are kept company by some other goodies at Larry's Truck & Electric. Note: This photo was taken on private property, with permissio... (more)
Take your pick. At Larry's, we have it all!
An Amtrak F40PH and a pair of IHB NW2's await their future....if they have one. Note: This photo was taken on private property, with permission.
A BN Cascade green painted GP15-1, also known as a baby tunnel motor, awaits an uncertain fate at Larry's Truck & Electric in McDonald, Ohio. Note: This photo was taken on private property with pe... (more)
There is always something for everyone at Larry's and it seems to change almost daily.
EMD's of all kinds have gathered at the LTEX shops in McDonald, Ohio. Some engines will get a new lease on life, while this is the final resting place for many others.
A before picture of a future LTEX GP15-1.
With the recent influx of older BNSF EMD's, the collection at Larry's has grown even more colorful. Now, in addition to the usual schemes of former DMIR, NS, BNSF and other miscellaneous railroad... (more)
An assortment of engines of all kinds are presented in this view of LTEX's locomotive shops.
So many angles... Ex-SP 2613, built 4/72.