Georgia Railroad NW2 #905 was built September 1949 and served its owner for 34 years. Upon retirement, unit was sold to PNC for disposition
In the 1970s, Precision National Company leased engines to a number of railroads. Years later, locomotive leasing was not uncommon at all, but PNC was one of the first to offer locomotives on sho... (more)
Georgia Railroad NW2 #904, built in September 1949, has been retired and is in the Georgia Railroad Hulsey Yard dead-line
Georgia Railroad NW2 #905, built in September 1949, has been retired and is awating shipment to PNC
Heber Valley Railroad's 'Tube and Train' rambles slowly through new snow approaching the end of it's journey at Heber City, Utah.
Georgia Railroad NW2 #904 at Georgia Railroad's Hulsey Yard. #904 was built September 1949. Upon retirement, unit was sold to PNC, then later to Azcon.
Georgia Railroad NW2 #901 was built April 1948 and served its owner for 35 years
UP NW2 1024 idles between chores at Argo Yard in Seattle, WA.
A transfer train departs Sevier Yard heading across town to Coster behind an intresting group of classic NWs/SWs.
Southern Rwy coach yard job with NW2 #2242 working in Atlanta, GA || Sept. 1969
Southern (Carolina & North Western) NW2 and a companion slug are taking a break during yard work at Danville, KY. The unit appears to have just come out of the paint shop at Chattanooga.
Ray-Carroll NW2 3151 is assigned to an ethanol facility in Carrollton, Missouri. This engine rolled out of EMD's factory in August 1939 as Santa Fe 2359. It was later renumbered Santa Fe 2409 an... (more)
This is what they looked like back in the 40s. Inspiring ain't.