Three trains line up at the north end of Saginaw Yard. First one is a local, the second is making up a string of cars, and the third is a northbound manifest.
The LSRC's predecessor Detroit & Mackinac was historically home to a fleet of Alco diesels. The LSRC carried on that tradition into the 2000s until the fleet (minus the 469) was scrapped in 2011. ... (more)
The LSRC Z126 job passes the Saginaw Yard offices with a veteran unit leading.
The Heartland Flyer runs around a coal load waiting to depart the south end of Saginaw Yard.
This is just one of several lines of stored locomotives at BNSF's Saginaw Yard. This line almost exclusively contains SD40-2s.
In a Blizzard, 2 HESR Geeps spot a loaded grain train in Saginaw Yard.
A brakeman looks on as BNSF 1276 leads a long string of cars out of the north end of Saginaw Yard.
LSRC 381 formerly Detroit and Mackinac 381 rest peacefully outside the saginaw shops, awaiting some water gasket work.
GP40M-3 1164 rests on the fuel pad as dead M420W 3504 looks on. The passenger cars in the backround belong to the Bluewater group. Photo taken with the permission of the Saginaw Bay Southern Railw... (more)
A pair of gensets switch a long cut of cars at the north end of Saginaw Yard.
Preparing to be washed the 1280 has all her doors open at the Saginaw roundhouse on an overcast April day.
In for repairs the 381 is pushed into the Saginaw roundhouse by a recently restored Brookville "pony" locomotive.
Sitting in West Dispatch for maintanence, in Saginaw.
A coal load approaches the north end of Saginaw Yard.
BNSF 3197 North switches Saginaw Yard before deparing for Alliance.