POM 1001 was the Port of Montreal's first RP20BD and it has a fairly conventional nose, unlike later units that they acquired. Here POM 1001 is in Montreal's old port to participate in the Old Por... (more)
A face only a mother could love. You've heard of chop nosed locomotives.... Well say hello to a no nose locomotive! On their second order of RP20BD's, the Port of Montreal specified this no... (more)
CIND 2001 leads an I&O yard job as it pulls a cut of cars from McCollugh Yard out onto the bridge that carries the I&O Blue Ash Subdivision over the Interlocking at CP RIDGE on the I&O Oasis Subdi... (more)
CIND 2002 tiptoes through a curve along the former NYC Whitewater Division just outside of Cedar Grove with the I&O's Brookville Local in tow.
Every winter, The Port of Montreal Railway sends a couple of locomotives to participate in the Old Port Symphony, which involves boats, trains and church bells making a lot of noise. This past Ma... (more)
The Conductor is about to throw the switch, and CIND 2001 is set to shove a cut of boxcars back into the Combined Containerboard Spur in Brecon.
CIND 2002 leads the I&O Brookville Local through a gap in the trees in the scenic Whitewater River Valley as it approaches the Brookville Subdivision's namesake terminus of Brookville, Indiana.
CIND 2001 kicks up some dust as it rolls southbound on the Indiana & Ohio Railway's Blue Ash Subdivision with the I&O Blue Ash Local in tow. CIND 2001 holds an interesting footnote in history, as ... (more)
Working in Union Pacific's Davidson Yard in Fort Worth, Texas, is RP20BD 2628. Built by RPI, UPY 2628 was constructed from UP B23-7 184, which was the former Missouri Pacific 4684. Photographed... (more)
The Indiana & Ohio Railway's Brookville Local has just passed through the culvert "tunnel" through the fill that carries Indiana Route 46 overhead as they roll along the former NYC Whitewater Divi... (more)
G&W owned Genset makes it's way south from the Owens Corning plant in Brookville past a water truck in Cedar Grove.
G&W owned Genset makes it's way south from the Owens Corning plant in Brookville through the tree tunnels north of Cedar Grove, Indiana.
Two generations of switcher side-by-side! Here, as you can see, the little GE 50T, built in August 1941, is beside the RailPower RP20BD, built in June 2012.
One of the recent acquisition of Port of Montreal (POM), the RailPower RP20BD, got some minor repairs at AllRail shops.
New Power for DGNO heading to UP Miller yard.