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.
This bright and shiny Geep 15 won't stay in Ohio long. It will join one other on the Utah Central--a 34 mile short line in and around Ogden, Utah. It was former NS 1401 nee Conrail.
Larry's is not where locomotives go to just die. There are plenty of refurbished units on the grounds in 2010. Geep 15s seem to be in vogue. Here two sit in Larry's green and orange scheme. Ta... (more)
Under the bridge at Larry's
A lot has been moved around since my last visit. Most of the inner tracks at "Larry's Alley" are refurbished locomotives Geep 15s seem to be in vogue this year. I see that more ex Missabe have ... (more)
Sitting at the end of one of the many tracks at LTEX, BNSF 1484 and several other engines face a uncertain future.
A view slightly askew of Larry's with some new among the old.
It's undeniable that there truly is quite the array of power to be seen sitting in the LTEX shops. From SW1500's to C30-7's, and Duluth, Missabe and Iron Range to Ohio Central, there's plenty her... (more)
A wide array of various locomotives sit dormant at the LTEX shops, not knowing if their fate will be with the scrapper, or be the beginning of a new life.
Q135 rolls through McDonald, Ohio on a hot and humid summer afternoon.
Paying respect to my old friends from the Missabe. There are ten DMIR locomotives at the right side of this line. I confirmed 306,208,221,217,317. Also nine GP15s make up the left line.
E's, Geep's, Sw's, SD's, Slugs, MP's and even a couple GE's, something for just about everyone and behind me there are several more E's, Geeps a few CF7's a couple F40's two F45's and much much mo... (more)