Respondek's Port Harbor Railroad boasts some fascinating power nowadays! Former Milwaukee Road GP40 #2064, still gleaming in MILW/SOO bandit paint, heads up a trio of colorful EMDs, including IT p... (more)
SOO GP40 2064 (Milwaukee Road), RRC SD40-2 1000, RRC GP8 1800 and CP GP40 4615 make for quite the impressive lineup at America's Central Port. Respondek Railroad Corp recently acquired the 2064 an... (more)
Two classic gems and a diamond
Traces of the Milwaukee Road....... still showing through on this old GP40, recently picked up by Respondek Railroad, awaiting a little TLC in Granite City, IL.
Milwaukee Heritage! Its once proud MILW heritage still shows, this old geep recently purchased by the Port Harbor Railroad is pretty cool.Taken by Railroad Employee on Railroad property !
Tri City Port has recently acquired three units from Canadian Pacific after a recent auction. Two of which are GP40s, one being a Soo Line "Bandit", and the other being a freshly painted CP unit. ... (more)
Bad never looked so good. JJ and Randy bring the 0700 Superior back to Stinson.
A ex. MILW Bandit leads a short transfer job from the BNSF yard to the CP yard on Rice's Point.
Almost missed this. I love shooting bandits, but there was a nice UP Transfer about to go by. Luckily I had my cake, and ate it too. I stopped and shot the 0700 Superior pulling into the BNSF's 28... (more)
The last week in May features SOO 2064 & 4424 as yard power.
Two bandits leading this train west provided the final treat on a day where I saw a lot of different power along the CP.
I'll take these any day over a new GE.
A veteran SOO GP40 leads a small train south towards Madison Wi. To interchange some tankcars with the WSOR.
The Federal Railroad Administration led by a SOO Bandit reaches Pig's Eye Yard.