Heavy thunderstorms the night before have left a little lake around the former Providence & Worcester 3008. This NRE unit is no longer at this location. Photo taken with permission.
Conrail 7136 sits in the water and weeds in Waycross. This Conrail unit, which had been sitting in this location for years, has been scrapped. Photo taken with permission.
Cotton Belt 7657 west rolls down the hill towards Tucson. Pool power, like the BN 6847, was common on the Southern Pacific Sunset route.
Southern Pacific Kodachrome 7430 waits in the PMT helper spur for another eastbound train to help up San Timoteo Canyon and Banning Pass.
Southern Pacific 8028 leads an eastbound intermodal train out of the Tucson yard.
Twenty Southern Pacific GP-9s and one SW-1500 sit in storage inside the SP Taylor Yard in Los Angeles.
SP 6338, SP 8959 and SP 2535 at the Tucson Locomotive Plant. The sign on the left promotes the successful 1982 - 1983 safety record for the facility.
SP 1606 slug, along with SP 7942 and SP 7858 at the diesel service area in the Tucson yard. Photo taken with permission.
SP Kodachrome 7384 roars east out of Tucson with a mixed manifest.
The power on the SP 7384 east is being fueled and serviced at the east end of the Tucson yard, while SP 7403 prepares to move west and couple on to its train. Photo taken with permission.
SP 8492 leads a westbound train off the Sunset Route main line in Tucson, and heads down the track towards Nogales.
Union Pacific 795, which is the former WP 3013, sits in the siding at Bowie while a westbound doublestack, led by Cotton Belt 9675, roars past.
Union Pacific 795, which is the former WP 3013, sits in the siding at Bowie while it waits for a train to run around it. Note the old SP coal tower in the distance.
The engineer on the SP 7480 east chats with the conductor as they wait to do a roll-by inspection on an approaching westbound train coming out of Tucson.
SP 7551 shows of the special Santa Fe - Southern Pacific "Kodachrome" merger paint scheme, with the white SP on the nose and side of the unit. The unit was sitting at the diesel service ... (more)