Representing Cotton Belt, Rio Grande, and Union Pacific, this lashup waits for a train.
And the clouds parted.....
Modern transportation passes older transportation en route to Colorado Springs.
Is this still considered a LIGHT power move?
Track crew is vigilant as the traffic continues just as heavy with one line shut down.
Fueled, sanded and waiting for a crew.
One of Selkirk's slug sets is on the move. 2437 is a SD40-2; 1008, an MT-6 was rebuilt from an ALCO RSD 12.
New England Central GP38 and ex CN GP40-2W get shop time. 9431 is now a RPMX lease unit although it still sports its' CN stripes.
The sun sets on an idle former Grand Trunk Western Geep.
1900 yard job is on the move.
Lease unit draws yard switching duty.
Heading up Symington's dead line is CN CS04. Originally 1387, this was the Car Shop switcher in Edmonton befor retirement in Winnipeg.
Under this black paint, this HR 412 is blue and yellow. Can anyone help with the history of this unit?
A pair of wide cab zebras show their age.