EV GP16 1828 suns itself in the last rays of the day at the railroad's Hollidaysburg office during Columbus Day weekend.
The Everett Railroad's GP-10 707 idles in Holidaysburg.
Despite my best efforts, I still made it back to campus in time for class
Former Gulf States Steel SW1200RS sits on a siding with GP16 1712 on the main.
Oh man, what a horn on that thing!
Waiting out the weekend for Monday's assignment
Originally built in 1956 as River Terminal Railroad #97. The unit was sold to Republic Steel, date unknown, to Gulf States Steel (Gadsden, AL) and acquired by the Everett Railroad in 2004.
Five battered and beaten Conrail cabs are rusting away the final moments of their career, seen here near the old Holidaysburg Car Shop. These were sold by Norfolk Southern to Hollidaysburg & Roari... (more)