With the FLSX 1 down with major mechanical problems, USRX rented us a nice ex-CR GP38-2 to switch the mill. Here we were pulling the river track in the morning.
Conductor L. Hubbard and myself as we prepare to run the last train out of the Smart Paper (formerly Champion) mill. The first train came in Nov. 1898. Caboose in tow, GMRY 783, was restored to it... (more)
Pausing along the river track in a dense fog after pulling the 2 mill in the morning.
Conductor L. Hubbard eyes the ice build up on Hill 6 that would later prove to be problematic when covered with snow.
Pausing at the crossing as the snow flies and the GMRY 70 sits in the unofficial 'dead line'.
Built for the Alaska Railroad in the August of 1983 with the original road number pictured above, former ARR 2803 now operated by US Rail sits tied down near the former C&O scale house in the Sout... (more)
Dropped off the night before this ex Alaska Railway unit sits at South Chatleston yard. The unit was dropped off by Q302-18 and is waiting to be taken to it's final destination most likely a mine.
Various old and beat up power sits out in the small yard US Rail has in Hamden.