Built in 1945 units 100-100A/103-103A were originally Alton R.R. locomotives with the same numbers.
Northbound Gulf, Mobile & Ohio's train 4 The Limited led by EMD E7A 100 and E8A 100A, makes a stop at the Granite City station, Illinois. Photo taken from my slide collection, no photographer list... (more)
Seaboard Air Line Railroad had ten EMD GP18s numbered 400-409.
Atlantic Coast Line EMD SW7 No.644 switching cars at South Rocky Mount, NC. Part of my slide collection, no photographer listed.
ACL E8 No.500 and E6 No.518 with train 2, the East Coast Champion at Miami, Florida December 20, 1962. ACL E8 No.500 began life in 1939 as ACL's first passenger diesel E3(A) No.500, but was de... (more)
MKT GP40 No.243 Ex-Conrail No.3133.
MKT Wide Vision Caboose. Built by the International Car Company in 1966, No.109 and 24 identical units, numbered 100-124.
SCL SD45 No.2007, April 3, 1980.
Six MKT GP39-2's waiting for their next road assignment, April 14, 1987.
MKT GP40 No.215, MKT GP39-2 No.383 Ex-Kennecott Copper Corp. No.782 and MKT GP40 No.248 at Fort Worth, Texas. June 23, 1987
MKT line up of GP38's, GP39-2's and GP40's at Fort Worth, Texas, one day before the Union Pacific takeover August 11, 1988.
MKT SD40-2 numbers 624, 634 and 606 at Kansas City, Missouri May 29, 1983
MKT SD40-2 No.609 near Fort Worth, Texas.
MKT line up of GP38's and a GP40 at Fort Worth, Texas. The second unit, still in Conrail paint and number.
MKT SD40-2 No.627 with Conrail SD40-2 No.6506.