#841 is headed out past West Livingston in order to back down the main and access the R-Y Branch. These two empties will be swapped for two loads.
#841 working the R-Y Timber mill before calling it a day.
GLC nos 385 and 397 both push and pull as they transfer cars from the GR&I yard to the AA yard, while the Cadillac Casting Inc. dwarfs both of them!
Great Lakes Central 385 rolls along Lake Cadillac and the adjecent walking path as it heads for Clare. 385 was built for the Ann Arbor Railroad, the very same rails it treads today!
The highlight of local service on MRL can be found in Livingston when the 841 rolls down to R-Y Timber, the branch's sole customer.
The 102 is one of two non-rebuilt GP35's currently on Metro-North's roster. In the coming months, the 102 will be sent out to Brookville Corp for a full rebuild. To see what the cab will eventuall... (more)
#841 rolls by the local scenery of the R-Y Branch at the gateway to Yellowstone.
Working in Port Huron the last 2 weeks during the weekdays, it has severely hindered my ability to shoot GLC as they work weekdays just like me. However, as normal, I went home during the weekend... (more)
Pennsylvania Railroad freight with two GP35's and a GP30.
Three EMD’s in the final Richmond Fredericksburg & Potomac paint scheme roll a southbound manifest through Doswell, Virginia.
It was impossible to get a wire-free photo of the joint C&O/RF&P passenger station at Doswell, Virginia. Here a one-car special passes the station during its southbound journey.
A W&LE Ballast move on the Union Railroad.