RJC High Hood GP9 #9005 is seen here resting at Olive Branch, MS.
Most of the water is gone. As happens every fall, the Lachine Canal has been mostly drained, as CN 7228 stops on a bridge over the canal. Soon it will back up towards Bickerdike Pier with a... (more)
A pair of GP9RMs switch the Cargill grain elevators on the St. Clair River waterfront.
The crew on POVA 1745 waits, then waits some more for Union Pacific to move two freights through Dover before they can get on the UP (former Great Northern) for the last lap into Sand Point, ID an... (more)
Although it may not be obvious at first glance, this Norfolk and Western GP9 has outward signs that it has been altered from its factory configuration. The blanked radiator... (more)
On April 5, 1985, Steamtown acquired former Nickel Plate Road GP9 514 from the Norfolk & Western as part of a three-way deal that sent N&W 1218 to the Virginia Museum of Transportation. A year lat... (more)
The Green Mountain Railway’s crew lets their ex-BN GP9 idle while they pay a call to the Vermont Railway office in Rutland, Vermont. After exchanging paperwork, they will get their train together ... (more)
Off Property. Portland & Western has "transferred" their aging former SP GP9 to the Olympia & Belmore Railroad. Built in 1957 as SP 5738, this unit has apparently been really showing its... (more)
Some track equipment is beside Hays Station at Exporail, with GP9 CP 1608 at left and generator car AMT 603 at right.
Conductor Wally Harpp walks through the brush to the call box in order to obtain permission, and get the signal, to proceed across the EJ&E Porter Line with his westbound train, which is on the fo... (more)
While waiting for security to arrive and flag crossings in the Port of Montreal, CN 7228 is stopped on the bridge over the Lachine Canal, out of sight at its left is slug CN 276 and a single tank ... (more)
The Mineral Range crosses Hwy 95 just 1 mile away from the Humboldt Mine. The engines will run around the train and shove into the loadout.
The Mineral Range is just a few miles away from Humboldt Mine as its seen approaching Hwy FA during the mid-morning.
The Mineral Range railroad begins their day picking a handful of empty gondolas for the mine at Humboldt.
Introducing the newest tourist operation to assume control of FCEN's Sorrento Branch AND mainline to Eustis, the Orlando & Northwestern Railway's "Golden Triangle", making station stops ... (more)