These two Hudson Bay Railway engines are long time cousins, having both been built for the Southern Pacific. HBRY 3600 started life in 1964 as a GP35 with the SP, and HBRY 6526 was built in 1963 f... (more)
Two Hudson Bay Railway GP35s back towards Ranchway Feeds, where the duo will pick up a single grain car. The HBRY locomotive was once a Southern Pacific locomotive.
A single BNSF unit switches tracks in preparation for helping out a couple Hudson Bay Railway Geeps in the North Yard.
Hudson Bay Geeps sit in the North Yard in Fort Collins, ready to take a mixed freight out of town.
The size of the Vestas wind turbine blades are evident when seen next to the GP35 of Hudson Bay Railway.
You can always find a couple colorful Geeps working the BN North yard in Fort Collins, Colorado.
A couple of Geeps are spotted working an industrial area of Ft Collins. HBRY 3600 is a GP35 and the Central Kansas Railway veteran 2230 is a GP7 that was built in 1952.
This Great Western Railway Local is heading to the Budweiser Plant on switch job after picking up a string of cars at the BNSF North Yard.