Southern painted U23B #3910 leading a train at Asheville, NC in the summer of 1985
Lightning hits the pine tree - The Guilford acquisition of the Delaware & Hudson resulted in the reassignment of D&H U23B's to the Maine Central. Two lightning-stripe units with pine tree heralds ... (more)
Still displaying its original road number from its days on the Southern Railway, Georgia Central U23B No. 3928 sits, coupled to Maryland Midland EMD GP9 No. 202 near downtown Savannah. According t... (more)
In a scene that could just as easily be 1970 as 2015, the conductor on GC train Y103 dismounts to throw a switch at the Southeastern Paper Mill in Dublin, GA.
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