A couple of U-Boats lead the dead line on the Fowler Lead in Milwaukee just east of the 27th Street Viaduct.
A well worn Chessie U23B leads a 7 unit lashup on westbound empties clawing upgrade at Moss Run, VA. The second unit is a relatively rare C&O GP39.
A sad sight for Western Pacific fans is this extensive lineup of stored power in Salt Lake City after the merger with UP. Many of these units would be purchased and rebuilt while others were donat... (more)
The rarest U23B on the Georgia Central roster, GC 1004 and its unusual low nose bring today’s Lyons turn into Dublin on a dreary day. This unit was built for the L&N in July of 1973 hence the rea... (more)
GC's Macon Turn, Y101, prepares to do some switching at Dublin before heading for home on a rainy summer day. Those high-hood U-boats won't be here for long and seem oddly appropriate on a dreary... (more)
L&N 2702, a former Monon unit, is m.u.ed with RS-3 144 at Loyall--just in with a mine run. The concrete base in the foreground marks the spot where one of two water standpipes near the roundhouse ... (more)
Today’s Y101 patiently waits on the mainline in Dublin for a crew from Macon to bring it back to life for a run to the Heart of Georgia aka Macon.
Georgia Central's Y101 job to Macon, GA passes through Dudley, GA after a day of rain affording a neat puddle and reflection.
Georgia Central's Dublin Switcher pulls from the papermill with a cut of cars bound for the small yard at East Dublin where they will be sorted for both NS and CSX connections. A timeless scene, ... (more)
Georgia Central's turn from Lyons, GA nears the small yard at Dublin, GA where it will interchange cars with the turn from Macon, GA and a local switcher. As time ticks by, one must wonder how lo... (more)
The 3968 goes to work setting off a cut of cars at the SP Newsprint paper mill which is one of the largest producers of recycling old newspaper into newsprint in the USA and was the first to do so... (more)
With black and white stripes starting to burn through on the long hood, it’s very easy to tell who used to own this 1977 built U23B.
The increasingly rare U23B motors smoke up the scene on their journey through rural Georgia on the way back to Macon.
GC 3938 and 3950, veteran high-hood U23B's of Southern heritage, leads the Y101 west across the Oconee River in Dublin, GA, headed back towards Macon.
Georgia Central's lone low-hood (ex CSX) U23B, #1004, leads train L783 towards Dublin in a pouring rain.