Back when this was about all HRT had.
D&M GE 44T 10 was built for the M&STL as D742 in 1942, it was rebuilt by GE and sold to the D&M in 1956. D&M #10 normal asigment was at D&M's parent company STRAITS CORP BIG CUT quarry near Miller... (more)
The D&RGW purchased six GE 44 ton shop switchers in 1941-42, becoming some of Rio Grande's first diesel locomotives. D&RGW 41 was sold to the Utah Power & Light as a switcher at the Carbon (power)... (more)
A General Electric diesel locomotive from 1942? Indeed! The D&RGW purchased six GE 44 ton shop switchers in 1941-42, becoming some of Rio Grande's first diesel locomotives. D&RGW 41 was sold off t... (more)
Narrow gauge operation at Batesville White Lime in Batesville, AR as seen in this October 1999 view. The locomotive is a GE 44 tonner and the cars are all homebuilt.
After Dinner. When she treated me to a birthday dinner on the Newport Dinner Train, my wife warned me in no uncertain terms that inquiring about a photo runby would be in poor taste... (more)
Looking much better than her last photo op for RP (seen here: http://www.railpictures.net/viewphoto.php?id=97281), ARC #3 sits in the parking lot of a lumber yard in Statesville. The "mainline" of... (more)
A GE 44 tonner was not a common sight alone the Class 1's of that day. Now preserved at the Cowan Depot Museum.
A GE 44 tonner sits among some dirty packed snow while a GT transfer train runs through the Vulcan Materials plant on the IHB.
Claremont and Concord GE 44 Tonner 18 on the City job enters Claremont Yard to pick up cars, brought up from Claremont Jct. by the Newport job . Freight engine footboards and riding them were not ... (more)
Hartwell Railway 2 approaching Airline. They will set out the hoppers at Airline and return to Hartwell light.
Ware Shoals RR 1955 crosses over the SCL (ex-P&N) to get to the Southern RY interchange tracks.
Hartwell Railroad crossing a bridge west of Hartwell, GA || June 1973
Rare critter. 9999 was the last of the fleet of PRR 44 tonners to roam the streets of Philadelphia. It's street running days over, it auditioned for the job of shop switcher several places, fina... (more)
T.R. Miller Mill 44-ton #11 working at Brewton, AL in May 1972. This was a forest products company and the bards on the front of the locomotive allowed it to push lumber buggies into the kiln.