SP SD9E No. 4357 and five other unts help a heavy eastbound drag around the Loop on a chilly morning.
Snow-fighter SD9E No. 4349 waits for a light from the dispatcher to proceed down the bypass. The icicle breaker SD9 will then enter the engine facility.
Great Western Railway EMD SD9E No. 914 rests at Loveland, Colorado, on November 27, 2001. This 1955-built machine is former Southern Pacific SD9/SD9E (Ex. Nos. 5430/3908/4302).
An SP "Cadillac" (nickname for the road's rebuilt SD9s) rests between assignments at South San Francisco.
Dakota Southern President Alex Huff shovels out a grade crossing as the 4427 makes a rare move on this lightly used line.
one of SP's Roseburg switchers sits out the early morning hours on Thanksgiving day during a rare snowfall
A westbound beet train winds through the curves of Clear Creek Ravine on a hot summer day in 1973.
These SP Cadillacs await disposition at Galesburg. My guess is these are headed to NRE in Silvis on the Barstow local. Off to the right is the class SD50 on the CNW, #7000.
Yes, there is a track underneath all that grass!
What once was a celebrity SP unit (displayed on the cover of 'Southern Pacific Oregon Division', by Vic Neves and Brian Jennison) is now just another peice of RR equipment that is sitting, rusting... (more)
"EMD". Nikon D70, 18-70mm. www.bayarearailroading.com
Now privately owned, SP 4436 sits on former NWP trackage near the Schellville depot, along with a few cars and an SP caboose.
A brace of former Espee SD9E's, freshly dressed up in NWPs spiffy paint scheme. However, in just a short time the NWPs luck would hit a downward spiral that would end up in eventual bankruptcy.
Abandoned Northwestern Pacific rolling stock