A pair of former Nickel Plate Road GP7s brings a cut of autoracks through the many interlockings at Pullman Junction on Chicago's South Side. Tom Golden photo.
Nickel Plate Road GP7 number 426 leads an Indiana Transportation Museum excursion train across the Morse Reservoir in Cicero, Indiana. ITM operates a former Norfolk Southern (originally NKP) bran... (more)
The nose of the 405 looks great in its EMD created paint scheme. This cream colored design came in two varieties for the L&N depending on what type of service the locomotive was to be used in. F... (more)
On a chilly night at the Tennessee Central Railway Museum, a beautifully restored L&N GP7 and a trailing C&O caboose built in 1951 and 1971 respectively, look just as good this evening as the day ... (more)
The newly formed Ohio South Central Railroad's (ex-Santa Fe) GP7u #2153 works east with a short consist at one of two rock cuts near Ray Ohio as the snow begins to fall. The city of Jackson Ohio ... (more)
CNW 4108's crew picks up train orders as the westbound local passes by Eau Claire tower just having left Altoona yard.
UP local power, GP7 No. 101 and caboose 25097 rests at Kent, Washington between runs up and down the Kent Valley between Seattle and Tacoma. The local handled the Tukwila industrial park as well a... (more)
Pinsly rail train holds the #2 track while P091 runs past on the #1.
A rail train for RJ Corman is leaving a spot north of the bridge headed to another for unloading. Pinsly has been contracted by CFRC to handle many MOW trains. #55 had to be pulled from the pain... (more)
WATCO switch job switching paper cars near Union Station
Eastbound PC local crossing EL with double track EL CO GT EJE lines crossing in foreground in Griffith, IN
OVRR 1321 sits quietly on a very warm day in March.
Two Southern Geeps--GP7 2197 and GP9 298--are handling the second trick yard job at Andover on a nice day in 1968. Both units are "white faces" (black on white number boards), denoting t... (more)
Illinois Terminal GP7 1605 rests outside the diesel shop at the IRM.