Butte Anaconda & Pacific 47 is a heavy duty boxcab freight locomotive built in 1914. The small trailing car is a traction booster to help with the stiff grades in the Butte Mining District. In th... (more)
Looking even worse. Preserved GE boxcab CN 6710 is looking even worse then when I shot it in January 2016 and it seems it may only be a matter of time before it gets scrapped.
In service in and around Montreal for nearly eight decades, boxcab CN 6711 was finally retired in 1995 and is now preserved at Exporail
As an eastbound manifest arrives at Butte, boxcab No. E45 waits in silence to help it over Pipestone Pass.
A rare 1913 GE gas-electric (later converted to straight electric and then diesel electric) owned by the Minnesota Transportation Museum was used to haul tourists on Duluth's Lake Superior & Missi... (more)
A rare 1913 GE diesel electric owned by the Minnesota Transportation Museum was used to haul tourists on Duluth's Lake Superior & Mississippi line in 1981. This locomotive was originally used on t... (more)
I don't mind the sun sometimes, the images it shows.
Several of SQM's 85-year-old GE boxcabs are still in daily service hauling nitrates to the port town of Tocopilla. Here, 604 ("Viviana") and 607 ("Alejandra") quietly round a horseshoe curve with ... (more)
Yes, they are still going ... but are surely on their last leg. GE boxcabs 603 + 604 (ex FCCT, built 1927 in Schenectady (NY) haul an uphill train on the electrified section Topocilla - Barilles. ... (more)
An old GE boxcab built in 1914 that served on the Montréal-Deux Montagnes commuter route. See photo 12608 for sister unit 6710.
An old GE boxcab built in 1914 that served on the Montréal-Deux Montagnes commuter route. Now on static display. See photo 27716 for sister unit 6711.