Taking a look back through the archives after seeing this unit a week ago (Nov. 26, 2016), I stumbled upon some of my first quality shots of the JDHX 50 way back in 2011 that I had previously thou... (more)
Located on the outskirts of the small community of Pixley, one of the J.D. Heiskell & Co. grain facilities stands tall against the sky on the flat floor of the Central Valley. As one drives by thi... (more)
Retired SD9M number 52 is the newest addition to the Mad River & Nickel Plate Museum in Bellevue. A sister engine, NS 57, was sent off to Fort Wayne and is planned to be repainted into NKP livery... (more)
After being retired by NS, SD9M number 52 found itself delivered to the museum in Bellevue.
PNWR 1853 says farewell with the sounds of metal popping and clanging as workers use torches to cut the remaining hulk into pieces. 1853 was an SD9M after being modified in 1995 from SD7 SP 1532 ... (more)
An SD9M works its final days on NS, switching a cut of auto racks at Inman Yard.
Who's railroad is this anyway? BDRV 1848 (retired) sits in Winchester & Western's Bridgeton yard along with the newest addition to the Black River roster, BDRV 9581.
Six-axle power for the Black River! BDRV 9581 (ex-NS 58) reflects off of one of the tracks in the Winchester & Western yard in Bridgeton. Taken with permission!
Six-axle power for the Black River! The BR&W's newest locomotive, their first six-axle unit, BDRV 9581 (ex-NS 58) sits in the Winchester & Western yard at Bridgeton awaiting its turn... (more)
A pleasant August afternoon finds the 320 on the point at Forbes, site of the massive Fairlane Plant.
Under clear blue skies, 304 heads north through Iron Jct.
Two members of the Missabe's SD9 fleet await their next assignment.
Former NKP 349.
Two rebuilt remote control equipped SD9m's await their fate in New Jersey.