An increasingly rare GC U23B rests in the yard under I-516 in Savannah waiting for the woodchip train that will run tomorrow morning.
Next to GP38s (and GP38-2s) U23Bs were the most common power of L&N run-through trains that began using the WofA in 1973. On this day, 2739 fronted a set that included another U23B, two GP30s an... (more)
Most common power for 746 in the mid-90s was a pair of B30-7s, but today we get a B23-7, GP38-2 and MP15.
U23Bs in L&N and CSX colors share space t the former L&N facility in Gadsden.
Doing what it was designated to do this southbound unit leads a small work train back in the glory days of the "Pumpkins".
ATSF GE U23b units 6330 and 6310 are eastbound with a piggyback train at Joliet.
A U23B leads a trio of SDs out of Macon and toward Atlanta.
A Western Pacific U23B has been serviced and awaits a call at Rio Grande's Roper Yard on July 21, 1980. The 2260 was built new for the WP in June 1972 and later rebuilt as a B23-S7 'Super 7' by GE... (more)
L784 rolling through the town of Collins
From my slide collection. Photo by Mark Clark
GC U23B #3957 leads train L784 past the SAL depot built in 1930. The depot new serves at a community center.
GC U23B #3957 leads intermodal train L784 towards Vidalia for interchange with the HOG.