Short end hood cut down by WM, beginning 2/62 with No.25, the only unit with two-piece windshield. Repainted to red/white; 27, 28, 29, 32, 35, 38, 39, 42, 43, Ex-EMD demo 7257 became WM 33.
ATSF Alco PA-1 No.61 lead unit on train #1 the SAN FRANCISCO CHIEF at Amarillo, Texas.
CN SD40 5043 still in old (1961-1971) CN paint scheme at Fort Erie, Ontario. October 8, 1984.
Santa Fe (ATSF) Alco PA-1 72 and 64 at Fort Worth, Texas. Photo taken from my slide collection, no photographer listed on slide.
UP Alco FA-FB units, powered by a 1500hp V-12 engine. Their performance must have impressed the UP's management because 80 of them were ordered subsequently.
An interesting all Great Northern lash-up with in the lead GP35 no.3034, GP30, two GP35s, F3B, F3A and two Big Sky Blue GP9s are arriving Denver, Colorado on April 28, 1968.
A pair of Alco RS-11s, nos.910 and 909, hustle a westbound freight near Coon Creek, Minnesota, on March 15, 1969. The NP purchased twelve RS-11s in 1958, and six more in 1960, numbers 900-917. T... (more)
Westbound Nickel Plate Road freight with GP35 No.910 leading three GP7s and two GP18s at Bellevue, Ohio. August 28, 1965.
NKP purchased 10 GP30s numbered 900-909.
438 wears the colors of its new parent, Union Pacific, but still retains the number and letters of the Western Pacific.
UP GP30 No.719 and GP30B No.736B
Chesapeake & Ohio EMD GP30 No.3035. C&O had 42 GP30 units renumbered 3000-3046.
Built in May 1953 as one of 23 F7s geared for a maximum speed of 80 mph it was used in both freight and passenger service until Amtrak. Photo taken from my slide collection, photographer unknown.