BCOL 4625 leads an WB stack train as it works CN Battle Creek Yard shortly before sunset.
Having just joined the Grand Trunk at CP Gord, Train 350 slows for its next station stop. If you look behind the train the Michigan line curves of the Right toward Kalamazoo. The Grand Trunk conti... (more)
After a station stop and crew change at Battle Creek, Train 350 crosses over at CP Rose. In the 1980's, the Grand Trunk and Conrail combined the two lines through town. The Michigan Line joins the... (more)
A Central Vermont EMD switcher is seen outside the Grand Trunk's Battle Creek locomotive shop. Tom Bowers photo.
The cab roof of GTW 7911, an EMD NW2, sits amongst its shattered remains in a Battle Creek scrap yard in the summer of 1984. This locomotive, built in February of 1942, was one of 15 in the order ... (more)
GTW 5936, the last Burdakin Blue painted SD40-2 leads a rather large local through the Cereal City better known as Battle Creek as it heads for the yard on the east side of town. With Kellogg's an... (more)
On Yard assignment in Battle Creek. Engineer Tom Putman heads for the East end to start work.
The BLE 910 sits in Bad Order status on the New Lead in Battle Creek awaiting an evaluation of repairs needed.
Back in Battle Creek after working Cory Yard in Lansing on M 348, The CN 8101 now leads the consist West after Trailing East from Chicago.
Crew just relieved give Wolverine 355 from Detroit and Pontiac to Chicago a runby at the Battle creek Station
Wolverine 355 from Detroit and Pontiac to Chicago is at the edge of the Battle Creek Station.
Wolverine 354 from Chicago to Detroit and Pontiac is changing crew and loading passengers at Battle Creek.
I'm changing trains at Battle Creek,MI. for my trip to Canada to see"Bullet Nose Betty" as the French Turboliner departs for I believe it was Detroit.
A bit far East, the EJE 703 is worked by Engineer Steve Manta on his regular Battle Creek Yard job during a February snow. The head end is stretched out of the East Yard and down the East Thoroug... (more)