On display outside Alliance, Nebraska's American Electric Power facility is this rare critter. An 1100 horsepower switcher built by GE. It worked several railroads, including CNW and BN.
Wind chill be darned, switching goes on.
With light snow falling Pan Am 3402 (ex QNSL, note the extra large fuel tank) begins drilling cars to take over to Eagle Bridge.
Grizzled B&P veteran sits alone in the cold.
The morning's first southbound- a K train.
Setting up the Tobyhanna excursion.
First northbound at first light of day.
After a long wait Q417 heads south with a drab Geep 9 and two Maine Eastern FL9s. The FL9s are returning to Morristown & Erie.
A cold and sunny day in January proved to be a busy one on the River Sub.
Bluebird leader on SU-99.
Bright and shining BNSF leader on a southbound K train.
Garbage heading south.
Anniversary C40-8 leaving UTAC.