Doubleheaded GG-1s with 1935-built No. 4838 in the lead are northbound through Aberdeen with a mixed freight. Note the cut of piggyback cars on the head end.
41 years after her birth, the 4838 is still being trusted to pull the hottest freight. She's temporarily paused here for track work, waiting for a westbound Silverliner to pass, to allow her to c... (more)
Trackwork has held up this single-G and its "TrucTrain," but the crew has gotten clearance from the operator at Block Station E-Town and is re-boarding to head east. Note the old stone f... (more)
A Conrail GG-1 lends a helping hand to Amtrak E-60 No. 951 on a hot August afternoon. The G may have been the Baltimore "tunnel helper," and the consist appears to be typical of one of ... (more)
The CR 4838 East's engineer lays on the horn for the multiple grade crossings in this area. The GG-1's single-chime Leslie A-200 horn was an impressive device, audible from great distances. I li... (more)