This veteran sits in a field along Highway 93 between Golden and Boulder, Colorado. Canadian National 851 was built in 1954 as an EMD G8 and somehow found its way south to Colorado, where it has ... (more)
EMD G8 with cellulose wagons, in load maneuvers inside the Celco Nueva Aldea pulp mill, crosses a railway bridge over the plant's private road.
T385 and T386 are seen push/pulling IEV102 an overhead wire inspection vehicle
A few EMD export units used in New Zealand sit at National Railway Equipment in Mt. Vernon, IL.
Canadian National 802 was one of six 42" gauge EMD G8s built in 1956 for CN's Newfoundland narrow gauge lines. These 875hp units were usually found on the light-rail branch lines on the east ... (more)
On Canadian National's Newfoundland narrow gauge lines, triweekly mixed train 207 from St. John's has arrived at the end of the Argentia branch, where its trio of EMD G8s switch the wharf. Track g... (more)
The old EMD G8 #4047 still working in ballast services.
The old EMD G8 #4047 still working in ballast and other services.
An EMD export locomotive for bought CN's western branch lines. A Roger Puta Photograph
Former CN/Terra Transport 42" gauge G8 #805 on display at Exporail.
The EMD G8 has a nose that only the mother of an EMD designer could love. This one sits along highway 93 south of Boulder, Colorado.
This former Canadian National EMD G8 was built in 1954 and found its way to Boulder, Colorado. Although it has not moved in years, it would sure be fun to see the old warhorse fire up again.
ex-Terra Transport G8 42" gauge, CN 805 looking precarious on some very rough track at Exporail.
The last section of the railway branch Rucapequen - Nueva Aldea, bordering the Itata river.
Although a product of the 1950's, when automotive, aircraft and even rail power incorporated sleek, space-age streamlining, the G8 looked more like a rolling brick. While not necessarily the pre... (more)