I believe this was the only order from GE during the short existence of this interim railroad. No EMD trade-in trucks on these.
Coming off the Atlanta Division bound for points north I guess. I confess I never paid much attention to where trains originate or terminate, only to where the train and I are going to be simulta... (more)
Another short-lived application of "elephant ears" apparently to lift smoke. The GEs were know for "gassing" deadhead crew members in trailing units. Apparently it didn't work.
eastbound Evergreen stack train approaching Dominguez Jct, Dominguez, CA
An odd circumstance --- a Santa Fe GE B36-7 on the point of Amtrak No. 5 "California Zephyr" on the former D&RGW westbound out of Denver at Rocky, Colo. on Aug. 28, 1992.
Curving through Otis, Indiana, a Conrail piggyback train led by General Electric B36-7 No. 5015, rumbles eastward on July 1, 1990.
An eastbound intermodal train roars through the gargantuan cut at West Perrin on the Williams-Crookton Line Relocation.
Southern Railway B36-7 #3817 leads a southbound train past a construction site for the rebuilding of the Richardson Rd overpass.
Southern Railway B36-7 #3817 sits by the fueling rack in Ludlow, KY.
Southern Railway B36-7 #3819 leads a southbound train through Ludlow, KY.
CSX B36-7 5913 and B40-8 5951 leads northbound Y129
into Indiana on its way to the Clark Maritine Industiral Park.
ATSF B36-7 7489 leads the “Bandini Turn” on February 7th, 1981. The train, just a caboose hop at this point, waits for a clear signal at Fullerton, California, before continuing its trip west.
The Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway had not yet renumbered many engines by early 1998, and so we find Santa Fe Dash 8-40B 7414 on the point of the H-BARWAT4-28, setting out some maintenance e... (more)