CHSX 8333 at Minot, ND.
When Conrail took the throttle from the hands of the Penn Central in 1976, there were hundreds of locomotives lined up in the graveyards of places like Altoona and elsewhere on its system. The big... (more)
Successor to the Virginia and Maryland, the Eastern Shore Railroad added additional power to the original VAMD roster. Here two GP8’s with Wabash roots stand at Cape Charles, Virginia, along with ... (more)
Ex Arizona Eastern GP8 now lettered for UTWX.
The Bluegrass Scenic Railroad and Museum's restored ICG GP8 7738 eases across a wooden trestle over a private drive near Tyrone, between Milner and Young's High Bridge on their portion of the form... (more)
The BGRM's restored Illinois Central Gulf GP8 7738 crosses Steele Road near the west switch of Milner Siding, headed back to Versailles after a trip out to Young's High Bridge.
The Bluegrass Scenic Railroad & Museums's restored Illinois Central Gulf GP8 7738 crosses the wooden trestle at Trackside Farm, just west of Versailles, KY. on the former Southern LL Branch.
Pioneer Rail GP8 800 stands in a midnight reflection on the Ripley & New Albany Railroad at downtown New Albany, Mississippi during the early hours of August 17, 2019.
Pioneer Railcorp power consisting of a GP8 and GP20 assigned to the Ripley & New Albany Railroad stand quietly on Sunday afternoon, August 11, 2019 in downtown New Albany, Mississippi.
A Council Bluffs bound Iowa Interstate freight is rolling thru Anita IA in 1994 with a mix of EMD and Alco products in the consist.
NBER 1 switches out their cars at the NS interchange in Tyrone.
Nittany and Bald Eagle GP8s 1602 and 1603 lead their train across the Little Juniata River and into the small interchange yard with Norfolk Southern at Tyrone, PA
Nittany & Bald Eagle brings a cut of cars out of their yard at the interchange with Norfolk Southern at Tyrone.
Nittany & Bald Eagle brings a cut of cars into their yard at Tyrone, crossing the Little Juniata River.
Nittany & Bald Eagle brings a cut of cars up the main through Port Matilda on a beautiful Spring morning.