An eastbound train is waiting for a crew outside the yard office at Hinton, West Virginia. The last two units are JDNX 70 & 80, former Illinois Central Gulf Paducah GP-10s.
A solid lashup of eight assorted Helm Leasing units (6082, 9033, 7201, 6310, 9038, 9013, 6085, 6304) is backing into the yard at Corbin, Kentucky.
A very tired looking B36-7 leads a southbound empty ballast train that is waiting for a crew at Corbin, Kentucky.
A southbound autorack train is approaching Osborn Yard in Louisville, Kentucky.
Power for a welded rail train watches silently as a southbound train enters Osborn Yard in Louisville, Kentucky.
Originally Western Pacific U23Bs 2261 & 2254, both were rebuilt by GE as Super7-23Bs, sold to Monongahela Railway and renumbered 2309 & 2304, acquired by Conrail as 2039 & 2034, then CSX 3188 & NS... (more)
This GP15-1 has been sold and will leave for its new owner in January, but today it was still working in the intermodal yard at Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
Power for an evening intermodal run is heading to its train in the Harrisburg yard.
Now that the overhead power is back on east of Harrisburg, this P42DC won't be needed for Keystone service, it is parked at the east end of the station.
Middletown & Hummelstown (The "Milk & Honey" Line) No. 2 sits forlornly in the yard in Middletown, Pennsylvania.
A westbound train of empty hoppers is negotiating the s-curves west of Hershey, Pennsylvania, into the late afternoon sun.
A train of eight miscellaneous locomotives is heading west through Hummelstown, Pennsylvania, led by one of the soon to be sold GP15-1s.
The morning crews are heading out to work in the Belknap Street yard in Superior, Wisconsin, in August of 1976.
In 1980 it was not too uncommon to see early first generation switchers working for Class I railroads. The Milwaukee Road used this and other SW1s around the Quad Cities after the shutdown of the... (more)
Lots of first generation EMD power at the Belknap Street roundhouse in Superior, Wisconsin, in August of 1976. The 1421 is a former Northern Pacific GP7 (550) rebuilt into a GP10.