AA 7 switches the waterfront yard in Elberta with the prow of one of the ferries as part of the backdrop.
Acquired in trade. Photographer unknown.
The last orange Annie running. With its two orange siblings recently stricken from the roster and two new UP yellow units on the property in the last half year the very last orange Ann Arbor engi... (more)
Talk about showing your heritage. Ann Arbor RS-1 #21 sits basking in the evening sun north of Lenawee Junction on the old Southern Michigan Railroad main line. While not connected to the rest of t... (more)
7791 drags a cut of empty racks out of the yard to be spotted at the loading ramps at Jeep.
With crazy shuttle drivers flying around the train, the morning yard job spots empty racks at the Jeep plaint in Toledo with one of Ann Arbors three Orange straight GP38's. With the recent acquire... (more)
After taking a boxcar up to a customer the "71" is heading back to Ottawa Yard wearing a tattered Ann Arbor orange.
The first shot on rp.net of a solid yellow trio on the Ann Arbor which also includes the first shot of AA 2370 in service on the Annie sandwiched between their two original GP39-2's. How many rai... (more)
With another yellow unit delivered the future of Ann Arbor Orange is an open question now so here's a recent shot of one of the remaining orange ones.
After being interchanged from CSX the brand new (to Ann Arbor) AA 1337 (a former UP unit) is being shoved back towards the engine terminal by one of the older roster mates in the Orange paint sche... (more)
The road train heads north towards Ann Arbor.
South in the evening with a single covered hopper the yellow pair are rolling by Hallet at dusk.
Ann Arbor Railroad Car Ferry Viking was launched on December 30, 1924 as ANN ARBOR NO. 7 and had a capacity 30 rail cars. In 1964 she was rebuilt and her original triple expansion steam engines we... (more)