Horizon is NOT unlevel! MRL's R-MRL8411-11 aka the Livingston Local is having no issue making track speed with 3 cars in tow starting up the 1.8% Bozeman Pass grade. For the sake of a pleasant r... (more)
A pair of GP35's and a RS-2 sits just outside the locomotive shop in Owosso, MI. By 1991, almost all of the existing roster of GP35's had been painted over to either black and yellow or blue and y... (more)
In 1964, dissatisfied with the Alco FA-1's that they owned, due to the poor visibility when switching and simply a need to upgrade, the Ann Arbor elected to replace their roster with 10 new GP35's... (more)
Less than 1 year after the State of Michigan contracted the Tuscola & Saginaw Bay to operate the former Ann Arbor trackage in the state, the railroad began to repaint some of their reliable fleet ... (more)
Santa Fe train 865, THE WHIRLWIND, approaches Texico, New Mexico, on the New Mexico-Texas, border, on March 16, 1974, with MP GP35s 618, 625, and C&EI GP40 660. The 865 was a joint Santa Fe-MP man... (more)
Some big power at the Marshfield,WI. round house.
A Western Pacific GP35, wearing 'new image' livery, awaits an assignment on the WP main from Rio Grande's Roper Yard in South Salt Lake. The little EMD was built new for the WP in Nov. 1964.
Santa Fe's westbound SAN FRANCISCO CHIEF negotiates a "shoo-fly" around a freight train derailment at Dunmoor, New Mexico, on November 28, 1969. A SD24 and three GP35s were involved in the mishap,... (more)
An old Santa Fe veteran leads a few other smaller EMD's on a short local into Galesburg, Illinois.
We're on the open end ob Lookout Mountain being pulled backwards from Crossville,TN. to Emory Gap descending the Cumberland Plateau on the twisting Tennessee Central RR.. The Southern 4501 is on t... (more)
From this view, a high-hood locomotive certainly gives one intimidating look.
After the state takeover of the Ann Arbor, the Tuscola & Saginaw Bay began to attempt to maintain operations on the railroad and create their own image. Despite that desire, the railroad's GP35's ... (more)
The 'rebuilder's' plate for Western Pacific GP35 #3005 reflects the sun's rays quite nicely at Union Pacific's Provo Yard on March 4, 1984.
Southbound at mp 249 , with cars for Northumberland yard.
393 leads a cut of empty TSBY grain cars down the Middleton branch.