New England Central's #608 was still working Palmer, MA on May 18, 2018, as we arrived for a hopeful pursuit of it back toward Connecticut. A matched set of blue and gold GP38s had been working t... (more)
BNSF 2183 (GP38) and 2809 (GP39M) represent a combined 104 years of service. 2183 was built in 1970 for the Penn Central Railroad and 2809 was originally built for the Union Pacific as a GP30 in ... (more)
New England Central Railroad train 610 heads southbound on a damp April evening. The train is responsible for work between Willimantic and New London, Connecticut, and is seen here in Franklin, C... (more)
NECR train 610 heads north through Norwich, CT under Lafayette Street Tunnel. I'm almost positive no one has ever shot this side of the tunnel until now. As a bonus, two blue and golds (3850/3857)... (more)
After changing crews, BN 2174 gets ready to depart the yard in Lacrosse, WI in October of 1986. You couldn't ask for better afternoon light......
A GMTX GP38 leased to the Cape May Seashore Lines leads the northbound leg of an excursion out of Tuckahoe for the URHS's spring festival.
NECR 610 switches out Hillandale Farms (KofKoff) in Franklin, CT with a pair of Blue and Golds (3844-3857) for power.
The crew of a Conrail GP38 makes a switching move at Nevins Yard in Framingham, MA, while an eastbound freight led by a B23-7 that is terminating here waits for them to clear in order to yard the ... (more)
Hartwell GP38 No. 1973 hurries east towards Lavonia after dropping off and picking up cars at the Toccoa interchange. It seems as though the former Conrail unit is showing more rust than blue thes... (more)
TAG #80 leads the Missionary Ridge Local into Grand Junction at the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum. TVRM did a beautiful job with this unit.
ICG GP-38-2 #9631 and #9571 (nee GMO #751) depart River King Mine with coal bound for the KRPD Dock 1 on the Kaskaskia River. The River King Mine was originally served by the Peabody Short Line be... (more)
BPRR 2001 leads a quintet of B&P units hauling 67x0 loads of coal south out of Buffalo.
Note MBTA equipment (first two cars); likely on its way to the shop at Bear, Delaware