Liberty Historic Railway's GE 45 ton locomotive sits outside the Star Track restoration facility at the former Lackawanna Railway's West Yard in Boonton, N.J.
USAX 7404 waits for a new owner as it rests in the yard in Jones Island in Milwaukee, WI in September of 2005. This GE 45 tonner was built in August of 1942 and stationed at the Watertown Arsenal ... (more)
Private switcher by CBA - Companhia Brasileira de Alumínio, and wainting to new service and crew.
Private switcher by CBA - Companhia Brasileira de Alumínio
In between a restored Lackawanna caboose and a former Jersey Central RDC-1 is Liberty Historic Railway's GE 45 ton locomotive. This scene is at the United Railroad Historical Society's storage yar... (more)
LNAC's Betty Sue takes a break from moving either passengers or freight.
Today we removed two old wooden box cars from the waterfront cement plant that is destined to become a world class destination hotel and convention center. The track the F unit is on only sees ser... (more)
Today we removed two old wooden box cars from the waterfront cement plant that is destined to become a world class destination hotel and convention center. The last time a train will ever cross th... (more)
The "Captain Bill" rests insides the URHS's Boonton Restoration Facility. This magnificently restored 45 ton locomotive once saw service at a steel mill in Michigan.
KU 001 is still operating for small jobs around the Bluegrass Railway Museum. The 45 ton chain drive loco spent her revenue life at various locations for Kentucky Utilities before being donated to... (more)
Another Republic Locomotive Works product. The nickname 'Big Bird' would fit this centercab well! I believe this is a GE 45 Ton unit
A pair of GE switchers move some cars at Warrenton, NC in January 1978.
Built in 1942, the former Milton American Car and Foundry GE 45 Ton Locomotive in Subury being used by Moran Industries to move car loads of scrap metal. View more of my photos at http://mst145.r... (more)
New York City Transit work train at Union Square. Does anyone know what kind of engine this is?
Locomotive # 84 glides over a short bridge with a two car consist headed back to Newport with the Mass Bay Railroad Enthusiasts charter train.