Conrail SD40-2 6452, GP38-2 8131, GP38 7873 and GE U23B 2746.
VIA 6425 leads, 6402 "Canada 150" livery and 6436 on the eastbound 14 The Ocean as it departs Bathurst, New Brunswick.
GM&O Alco S2 No.12 switching cars at Springfield, Illinois. This unit began its life on the Alton Railroad in 1944 and would have a thirty-plus year career before being retired by the Illinois C... (more)
GM&O Alco FA-1 No.733. Most of GM&O's FA's were slightly different than those of all other roads as they had smaller grilles around their lower placed headlight, as well as a curved trim piece ... (more)
GM&O Electro-Motive Motor Car 2508 was built in 1928 for the Chicago & Alton. Westbound train #9 with motor car 2508 and trailer 2553, is making its station stop at the joint GM&O/CB&Q depot at... (more)
GM&O 1900 was built by Ingalls Shipbuilding Co. of Pascagoula, Mississippi, the only locomotive ever built by the company. Designated as a 4-S model B-B 1500hp, spent its life in occasional loc... (more)
GM&O GP38-2 No.723 with F3 803A, BN F7 634 former GN unit, and IC GP7 7961.
Conrail SD40-2 #6408 at Buffalo, NY.
C&NW SD40-2 OLS #6886 at East Syracuse, NY.
GM&O Alco FA-1 752 at Wanilla, Mississippi. GM&O had 55 FA-1s numbered 700-754. Photo part of my slide collection, photographer unknown.
Southbound #1 The Limited crossing the Chicago & Illinois Midland Railway and passing Ridgely tower in Springfield, Illinois. Its October 04, 1959. Photo taken from my slide collection, No photog... (more)
GM&O EMD SD40 numbered 901-921, built in 1966.
Northbound #4, The Limited, is making its station stop at Springfield station on August 16, 1968.
GM&O northbound freight No.28 with an F3A-B-B-A lashup on July 26, 1964 at Lawndale, Illinois. Photo part of my slide collection, No photographer listed on slide.
Built in 1945 units 100-100A/103-103A were originally Alton R.R. locomotives with the same numbers.