1353 and sister 1352 idle in the cold clear Minnesota night.
A pair of SCXY GP9 geeps keep warm idiling outside the shortlines office/depot while an ex-BN GP10 on lease from ILSX sits quietly on the other side of the building on this cold and clear February... (more)
Soo 2554 at Stevens Point in this unmarked slide from my collection(possibly Joe Stauber). The Soo passenger geeps in the 550 and 2550 series came with Mars lights and roof mounted air tanks which... (more)
Soo GP-9 2554 was damaged in a derailment at Denham, MN on Sept. 23, 1978 and was sent to Diesel Electric Services a re-builder in the Twin Cities and came back as something christened a GP-22. Pa... (more)
Working the west end at Clearing
In the industrial/commercial sector of the Islington/Kipling area of Etobicoke, lies CP's Area H spur, a mile-long stretch of buildings, pavement and rail infrastructure. Here T15's geep squeezes ... (more)
The Paradise local makes its way west to Thompson Falls to switch a lumber mill after having spent the morning working further east around St. Regis, MT. When finished at Thompson Falls, the crew ... (more)
The Pride of the (former) Skally Line. SCXY 1363, showing its NP inspired Heritage paint scheme, sits idling outside the SCXY RR office on a cold but clear February night.
A young man enjoys some fishing while 2556 works the east end of Stevens Point yard on a warm June morning. This unit was destroyed a few months late at Roseport, MN when a cut of cars rolled down... (more)
Soo 2556 at Shoreham, it didn't take long to realize this geep had ran her last mile. Damaged along with 409 in a collision with a runaway cut of cars at Roseport, MN.
BN 1980 arrives at North LaCrosse with a westbound local as it passes Grand Crossing tower and the Milwaukee Road diamonds.
BN 1980 departs North LaCrosse with a eastbound local.
Returning to the engine facility after dropping their train in the yard.
GW1 rolls out of Brooks Ave. yard on a speed restriction as they head south to Mt. Morris.
The two Northern Pacific inspired GP9's that serve the St. Croix Valley Railroad sit outside the office on a cold February night.