GMTX 406 is going through repairs inside the Arkansas Midland Railroad shops near Hot Springs, Arkansas. To the left is Arkansas Midland 2505. Photo taken with permission.
Arkansas, Louisiana and Mississippi 1566 sits in the Arkansas Midland Railroad Jones Mill yard in Hot Springs.
Have Some Madera, My Dear… - A pair of Union Pacific Railroad GPs, GP15-1 Y692 and GP38-2 559, have picked up a few cars at Azteca Milling in Madera, in California’s verdant San Joaquin Val... (more)
As the rear of the train clears the diamonds at Earlville, the engineer opens up the classic pair of GP15-1's as the Troy Grove Local continues its trip to the sand plants of Troy Grove, IL.
After a bit of a wait, the Troy Grove Local crew receives permission from the BNSF Mainline Dispatcher and crosses the diamonds in Earlville, with the trusty pair of GP15-1's powering the train.
A pair of GP15-1's bask in the sunlight as the crew awaits permission across the BNSF in Earlville.
Job 81 works Alter Scrap and Veritas Steel. The veteran GP15-1 was spewing some thick exhaust on this frigid morning.
UPY 629 (GP15-1) works the North Yard, which happens to be adjacent to the BNSF intermodal facility. The bridge spanning both sets of tracks is a great place from which to watch the yard operatio... (more)
UPY 586 (GP15-1) joins other light power for sorting freight cars in the UP's North Yard.
After working local industries, GP15-1 #728 takes it easy in the coach yard, awaiting the next day's work.
UPY GP15-1 #729 takes headroom at the west end of the old Chicago & North Western California Avenue coach yard. These venerable former MoPac GP15-1's make multiple switching moves at this facility... (more)
UPY GP15-1 709 leads the Troy Grove local west onto the branch in De Kalb.
The Troy Grove Local continues its journey to Troy Grove as it rolls through the countryside. The pair of UP GP15-1's shine during that wonderful time called the golden hour.
UPY GP15-1 709 leads LPJ05, the Troy Grove local, south through Rollo.
After crossing the diamonds with the BNSF Mendota Sub, the Troy Grove Local's pair of UP GP15-1's open it up as they pass by one of the local grain elevators in Earlville.