With a new coat of orange on its' nose and mechanical service, this MLW M636 will soon leave the friendly confines of the Cohocton shop. Thanks Bill for the info and the tour. Taken with the per... (more)
Whatdo you get when you cannibalize and SD45 and an F40-M2? A spruced up MBTA 1119.
The future for this unit? AMP is rebuilding three of these into road slugs for use out west.
One of the two slugs sets at Northtown rests. Not for long, as they are back in action within minutes of this shot. 1914
was 6204, with 3972, built from an ATSF SD40 retains its' number.
Stacks at dusk pass the Bluffs.
West Skyline Drive is a jewel of a road, allowing the opportunities for pictures of the ore docks and Rice's Point Yard within a few minute drive. And if you are lucky, a BNSF coal train may be u... (more)
Bird's eye view of Rice's Point, with SW1000 and MP15 working.
Norfolk Southern Dash 9 heads a train with BNSF Dash 8
and an GP60B out of the yard at the last light of day.
A busy day for this trio, making several runs up and down Proctor hill. Here they have delivered ore cars to the dock and are moving into position to push them for loading. The Callaway is the s... (more)
HLCX Geep tags along with UP mate heading into Pig's Eye.
Heading west on the Paynesville Sub.
You would think slug races would be dull.
A battered but not beaten Bandit still puts in a good day's work.
OK! What's with the gold orb on the hood? After further review, I think "GLOBIE" is a fine
suggestion as a worthy monicker for this hard working switcher?
I tried to count the cars. I gave up!