Tennessee crew is on board and anxious to depart as e.b. 134 eases by on the siding.
Although at the time Grand Trunk Western depended mainly on steam power, even as early as 1946 Diesel 7911 was busily switching cars in the Pontiac, Michigan yards.
Ready to depart west into Tennessee.
With "Go Rail" leading, the westbound intermodal has arrived at Bristol and is being tied-down for a later departure.
W.B. 15T is departing on the siding while power for the local, V19 rests adjacent. Extra M5T is tied-down at right.
The westbound is re-assembling its train after dropping cars for local needs. Bulk of the train is on the siding track at left.
In last, low sunlight, the conductor is climbing on board the empty well cars train on the main as 27V, empty auto racks, arrives on the siding. Local V19 holds the adjacent spot to make it a trif... (more)
Ready to depart for Knoxville during a brief respite between snowstorms.
The westbound intermodal waits patiently as 38Q, with a new crew, moves past to clear the Ford signal.
A Roger Puta Photograph
A late afternoon trifecta as westbound intermodal 22A departs while next up will be 15T with one of the ex-UP SD-90s leading. Local V19 is parked on track three.
Track maintenance equipment sits on the team track while power for the local rests on the cross town lead. In background containers in well cars of 22A are on the main.
Departing for Knoxville at twilight time.
Contemporaries meet at twilight time. Westbound intermodal awaits crew change as does the eastbound intermodal (NS 202) in the glow after sunset. In background GP38-2 power for the local waits for... (more)
Intermodal on the main, Manifest on the siding. First to depart? 15T on the siding.