EMD/ASEA's one-of-a-kind 10,000 hp GM10B heads off into the sunset, with a westbound on the Enola Branch. The train is about to pass under the 1930-built Art Deco Columbia-Wrightsville Bridge, wh... (more)
The incredible 10,000 hp GM10B is awaiting a crew to take it west in the spring of 1978. This 197-ton, 73'-4" long giant rode on B-B-B trucks with 50" drivers. Never duplicated, it was... (more)
135 mm telephoto view of the mighty 10,000 hp EMD-ASEA GM10B, sitting silently in Manor Siding, waiting for a crew to take the train west.
The one-of-a-kind 10,000 horsepower EMD GM10B is waiting on a crew by the ancient PRR grade crossing sign along South Front Street. EMD borrowed some design technology from ASEA/Sweden (Allmänna ... (more)
The one-of-a-kind 10,000 hp EMD GM10B is waiting on a crew at the west end of Manor Siding. Both the locomotive and siding are long-gone, and most of the freight has been moved to the NS Harrisbu... (more)
The one-of-a-kind 10,000 hp GM10B is running long-hood forward, just beyond the Walnut Street Crossing. The train is westbound on the old PRR Atglen & Susquehanna Branch from Parkesburg.