Running on the Colorado & Southern trackage at Sand Creek Junction near Denver on September 09, 1968, an eastbound Burlington freight is propelled by five Chinese red units with U28B 112 on the ... (more)
Flemingsburg is like an old movie. just a station in the middle of nowhere, by this date just a place where M of W equipment ties up. Here a southbound empty train rattles by and soon the birds a... (more)
Early model U28Bs are best distinguished from the U25 by the sloping nose. This former CRI&P unit was photographed by Dave Petke. From my collection.
Fall is well along as a huge string of old GEs chug into town with radiators blocked by fallen leaves. The train is empty so maybe nothing overheated on the way.
Despite having tried to railfan the Pittsburgh & Lake Erie main once, this U28B quartet lead overhead is the only Pittsburgh & Lake Erie train I ever saw in my lifetime and it was on the Norfolk &... (more)
Iowa Railroad GE U28B 22 sits at the roads yard In Council Bluffs Iowa on a nice day in June 1984
TTI 260, a former CB&Q U28B, basks in the sun at the Illinois Railway Museum. CSX recently donated this unit to the museum and it will eventually be painted into CB&Q red.
Three General Electric locomotives take the spotlight in IRM's yard 5 during Diesel Day's.
From the left: TTI 260 (GE U28B), BN 5383 (GE U30C), and UP 1848 (GE B40-8)
TTI 260 gets christened at the Illinois Railway Museum during their Diesel Days event.
TTI U28B 260 makes a debut run on the caboose train, passing the semaphores at East Switch.
For the first time in many years, TTI (IRMX) 260 makes it debut, running the caboose train at the Illinois Railway Museum.
IRM's newest addition, the TTI 260, sits next to the BN 5383 and UP 1848 at IRM. The 260 will eventually be painted into its original CB&Q Chinese red paint scheme to match the museum's existing S... (more)
A special line-up in yard five for IRM's Diesel Days. A group of three General Electric locomotives is headed up by the newest arrival, the TTI 260.
The U28B is moved to the diesel shop for inspections to begin. Much thanks goes to CSX for donating the locomotive to IRM.