1790 leads its short train out of town as it rounds the Sweeping curve near Wilson Way in Stockton
CCT 1790 waits at the barn in Stockton
Loaded grain train for Pilgrims Pride heads north behind five Georgia Northeastern geeps on a hot summer afternoon.
Several Copper Basin Railway EMD GP18 and GP9 locomotives gather at Hayden, Arizona, on March 8, 2005. CBRY No. 201 is former Rock Island GP18 No. 4421, while in the background, No. 205 is former ... (more)
Herzog ballast train headed south dumping between the switches of Benson Junction. The new DeBary SunRail stop is directly across from what is currently the south end of the siding that the train... (more)
I remember saying to myself "I'm glad I caught this thing, it won't last long." Here an ex-N&W GP18 waddles along at a hazardous 5-10 MPH. Now embargoed, despite the political wrangling I doubt w... (more)
Empty Herzog ballast trail rolls south across the bridge, headed back to downtown Orlando and the connection to the FCEN's home rails. They have been running numerous work trains for CFRC during ... (more)
Georgia Northeastern GP38 no. 9708 which was built for Penn Central in November 1969 is unique in the fact that its one of few examples of the extended cab which as built featured dual control s... (more)
In March 1960, the T&P received its first low nose units: GP18s 1145-1149, but they were quickly renumbered 500-504 in a general renumbering. The MoPac "Jenks blue" had been introduced in June 196... (more)
Painted in the Bi-Centennial colors for two years soon it will painted back to the yellow and green scheme.
The crew boards CCT 1790 and will soon begin their run to the BNSF's Mormon Yard to pick up their train
CCT 1790 street runs to the BNSF's Mormon Yard to get its train
The CBRY local makes its way through Riverside with one hopper.
Something their competition the Milwaukee never had was a GP18. I believe this unit was painted R/W/B for the countries 200th birthday.