Alco o/n S1817-21, c/n 69417. Locomotive idles without a crew while loading passengers.
EMD f/n 4473-5, c/n 29784. In leasing service.
Lima c/n 2172. Outside under a lean-to. Missing many internal parts, but notheless has survived at least two fires.
EMD f/n E687-2, c/n 3480. Has been repowered with another EMD engine as evidenced by the signle stack. Owned by Dick Samuels.
Alco o/n S3140-12, c/n 78286. Ex LI 613. Will be preserved as a static display.
Alco c/n 6088-08. Ex BCOL 688; Was retired after being wrecked on 30Jan94. Loco was stripped for parts and engine by Doyle McCormack for his PA-1.
EMD f/n 3042-4, c/n 11066. Stacks and fans covered for the winter. Loco is owned by Doyle McCormack.
BLW c/n 62171. SP GS4 4449 (Lima, c/n 7817) in backround in American Freedom Train Livery.
Alco o/n S3082-07, c/n 76541. Being restored by Doyle McCormack and his crew. Has a 12-251B from wrecked BCOL 688.
Alco o/n S3140-12, c/n 78286. Ex LI 613. Now owned by Doyle McCormack. Will be preserved as a static display.
Alco o/n 3489-02. International Terminals is owned by Schnitzer Steel Industries, Inc.