A quintet of SD24s brings a westbound manifest across Caliente Creek, which is now flowing with springtime run-off.
BUGBA heads off the north end of the Buttes des Morts bridge into Appleton
BUGBA heads for Green Bay after meeting GBBUA at Wrightstown
A Guilford/Pan Am holy grail - an SD26 in the lead! These are old as dirt, ex-Santa Fe jobs, and they just refuse to die. Westbound along the Merrimack.
Laborer Fred "Shorty" Clark sweeps off excess sand after servicing a Southern SD24 in the "pit" at Andover.
A Milwaukee Road re-route on the UP main in Nebraska, circa mid-1970's.
A heavy York Canyon coal train, with a remote-controlled helper cut in, blasts upgrade at Lugo on Cajon Pass.
Four SD24's lead the Duval molten sulphur train empties back to Duval's Rustler Springs, TX mine on a roundabout route through New Mexico for loading.
SR Yuma Turn w/6950-6315-3029 running neck and neck w/L&N #864 w/1509-1515.
This mixed bag of power is heading for it's train in the yard at Galesburg, Illinois, in August of 1978.
Southern SD24 6310 leads a second SD24 on Second 87 at Roaring Branch
A BN manifest waits its turn to get into the A&S yard. SD24 6246 was built in May, 1959 as CB&Q 506. Kodachrome 64, Minolta SRT-101, Rokkor 50mm f2
Union Pacific SD24m 3399 (ex-3200, ex-3100, nee-SD24 423) leads DD35s 72B and 93B through San Bernardino on its way over Cajon Pass.
The first UP train I ever shot on slide film was this ABBBA consist of SD24s. Wow! Kodachrome II, Yashica TL