With one of the SW14's down for work, RailServe GEEP lends a helping hand with spotting and unloading of cars to keep up with the inflow of cars from NS so there are no delays.
Apparently the Ex-Conrail GP8 at the grain elevator in Tamora, Nebraska needed a little help building air. The folks at the Co-Op strapped an air compressor up on the front pilot.
Although the bulk of their business is gone on the former New Haven RR Millis Branch, Bay Colony still services Tresca Brothers, in Medfield, MA, several times a year. This customer receives cemen... (more)
NBER 4 heads through Tyrone street running a day after a snowstorm hit the area.
PREX 800 and PREX 2017 sit awaiting their next assignment at the New Albany & Ripley shops.
Dunn Roadbuilders 1535 sits on the new connection track with a string of half unloaded hoppers as seen from above the NS Main in Meridian, MS.
The Williamsport-Berwick local heads west through the PA Rt. 42 highway crossing. This crossing had originally been located on the other side of the white house seen in the background, just enough... (more)
Ex-Conrail and Ex-Indiana Railroad power now works together at the elevator in Tamora, NE
These 2 units have been loading grain at the large elevator in Tamora, NE since 2007. The GP8 was built as Erie 1202 in 1950, and the SD18, IBCX 1709, was built as C&O 1809 and still rides on Alc... (more)
On an early Friday morning, Dunn Roadbuilders 1535 awaits the arrival of the next loads at Dunn Roadbuilders' Meridian Materials Site. In the background a Peterbilt can be seen being loaded, whil... (more)
Before I head back to school, I decided to chase for the first time along the Nittany and Bald Eagle Railroad. After a surprise coal train cleared early this morning, NBR-4, the local running fro... (more)
Dunn Roadbuilders Railroad 1535 awaits its next assignment at the materials yard in Meridian, MS while a bulldozer goes about shoveling gravel around.
St Croix Valley GP8 1352 sits outside of the shop in Rush City.
Led by a rebuilt high-hood Geep, the Interlake Steel bottle train is seen headed west on the IHB. Tom Golden photo.