The former DMIR 310 rests unassigned on a spur in Pierre, SD. The only signs that this SD-M no longer belongs on a Minnesota mining railroad is the LTEX lettering peeling up from under the cab.
Looking a little ragged but still out earning her keep, LTEX 210 (ex DM&IR) is assigned to a new Oil loading facility located outside of Douglas, WY.
LTEX 3801 and the Plymouth 12 ton sit at the grain elevator in Gibson City.
Aiken Railway's leased SW1500 sitting under the moon.
A BN Cascade green painted GP15-1, also known as a baby tunnel motor, awaits an uncertain fate at Larry's Truck & Electric in McDonald, Ohio. Note: This photo was taken on private property with pe... (more)
LTEX 1210 Switches out the FoMoCo Ohio Truck Assembly Plant on a warm June day in Avon Lake, OH
The crew who parked LTEX 601 apparently didn't read the sign painted on the barrel.
This former Columbia & Cowlitz geep is now working a new fracking sand facility at Taylor.
The Aiken Railway (AIKR) switcher's crew has just dropped two covered hoppers down the main, come back up the spur and are ready to back to a couple as the competition goes roaring by.
Using a pair of leased ex-Southern Pacific SW1500s for power, the Raritan Central RC02 switches covered hoppers.
LTEX 309 is the newest power acquisition at the Kentucky Railway Museum. She looks rough now but members say she's a good runner. The KRM resides on former L&N rails and I was told they hope to st... (more)
There is always something for everyone at Larry's and it seems to change almost daily.
A new Short-line at work! Aiken Railway's first assignment was switching this plant off US. Highway 78. Here you see it moving covered hoppers on the industry's track while crossing Highw... (more)
A new Short-line begins! This was taken Monday on the new short-line's first assignment on the remains of the line that once ran the Best Friend of Charleston. Travel constraints lead to m... (more)
A going away photo of CSX train X791, eleven dead former BNSF GP-30u and GP-35 units destined for the LTEX facility near Lordstown, Ohio. The former B&O Nova tower still stands...barely!