Using the big power that brought the day's intermodal train in, the Mexicali switcher shunts a string of Toyota truck frames.
In nice lighting, EJ&E 669 looks right at home in the south yard in Joliet, performing switching duties.
A classic pair of J SD38-2s switch at the west end of Kirk Yard.
EJ&E SD38-2 660 does some switching at the west end of Kirk Yard.
A wide variety of motive power, including a Bessie SD38-2, sit in the south yard in Joliet.
GTW GP9R 4622 switches at the south end of Markham yard.
One of only a few SOO geeps remaining in original paint switches the RIP tracks in Bensenville.
A former Bessemer tunnel motor now wearing CN colors switches the south yard in Joliet.
A well kept early EMD switcher. I would stop at the depot after school and ride with the crew as they finished their switching. Now and then, it would be getting dark and I'd have to hike a few ... (more)
WRIX 201, a rare EMD SD38AC, is one of two switchers working this grain facility in Traver, CA.
A.L. Gilbert Company No. 2004, an EMD GP10, sits at the A.L. Gilbert Company mill in Keyes, CA.
IC GP40R 3115 switches at the south end of Markham yard.
GTW GP9R 4619 switches at Homewood, passing the railroad park while pulling out for headroom.
Interesting yard switcher slug set awaiting its next move at Union Pacific's Brooklyn Intermodal facility.
The last GTW painted SD40-2 switches out the south end of Joliet yard.