The Lapeer Industrial is working in a residential area of town as they spot a cut of plastic hoppers that are bound for their main customer.
The railroad is owned by the Adrian and Blissfield, ... (more)
The Detroit Connecting is returning from East Yard after picking up interchange traffic from CN.
The 74-year-old GAHT #2 is resting on a Sunday morning, but it is still putting in its share of work at the tanker facility.
Pittsburgh Intermodal Terminal owns a yellow General Electric 65 ton center cab diesel, which is unnumbered. This locomotive was photographed on September 19, 2019, as an eastbound Norfolk South... (more)
Shortly after cutting off from the train, 734 momentarily pauses before occupying the pedestrian crossing in front of the station. As has become tradition, the last day of the regular operating se... (more)
A Standard Slag GE 65-Tonner stands in front of a processing facility in Weirton, West Virginia. There is a small “20046” marking on the upper right corner of the unit. This leads me to believe th... (more)
A sort of Family portrait on the WK&S as 734 pulls the hourly train back in, 602 and 65 occupy the far siding, and 7258 idles just outside the shop.
One of New Hope Valley's center-cab diesels has recently been painted in the scheme of the original Norfolk Southern Railway, the company that once owned the very tracks the engine currently sits ... (more)
New Hope Valley 65-tonner number 671, formerly employed by the US Department of Defense, has been painted into a nice rendition of the original Norfolk Southern Railway. The NHVR/North Carolina Ra... (more)
The Hawk Mountain Line's 65-tonner passes saddletanker No. 65 as it pulls into Kempton.
A GE 65-Ton centercab is seen switching Behr Iron & Metal on the east side of Rockford.
Sitting in yard basking in sunlight.
Welcome to small town USA on the Arcade and Attica.
An Arcade & Attica freight is southbound approaching Java Center.
This GE 65-tonner has just (in Feb 2015) celebrated its 70th birthday. Wow. It is also ex-Navy and ex-Marine Corps ... Seems like it's been a very useful engine!