One of only three units on the roster, this little GE spent its time isolated from the rest of the Turtle Creek operation, having been stationed at the Dura-Bond plant in Port Vue.
Yancey Railroad #1 at Burnsville, NC || August 1970
GE 44-tonner working at the Diamond Shamrock plant at Castle Hayne, NC // June 1973
A vast selection of items sit on display at the Fox River Trolley Museum. Amongst the wide array of trolleys is this orange critter locomotive.
Bath time. SDP40 325 gets its annual spring wash while the Ben does the shop switching for the day...
A Chessie System inspired paint scheme makes for a rather appealing GE-44 ton! This small, rarely used switcher does it's best to pull a cut of coal cars north out of the small spur located at Por... (more)
Big meets small as the LS&M's GE centercab rolls a cut of empty Detroit Edison coal cars out of BNSF's Mikes Yard in West Duluth. The tourist railroad is storing a train of hoppers this winter as ... (more)
You've got to be early to catch these folks. Here the "Betty Sue" is leaving the the NS interchange at Corydon Jct early in the morning with her huge one car train. She'll probably be back in the ... (more)
An ex U.S. military Whicomb rests outside of the former Detroit Arsenal Tank Plant. The old tank plant is now owned by a steel company (SET), unfortunatley this awesome little switcher might not b... (more)
ex-North Carolina Port's Authority 44-toner looks on as Amtrak P42's go about their switching duties at the NCTM.
At Entroncamento Railway Museum
Just another weekend along the Hawk Mountain Line.
Duluth's other tourist railroad in West Duluth along the St. Louis River. Cruising along with 2 ex-Missabe cars and a converted flat car, beautiful day for a ride.
LS&M #46 waits to get rolling as people from the National Railroad Historical Society board the trailing passenger cars.
Pacolet Mill (JP Stevens Railway) GE 45-ton sitting at the mill at Pacolet, SC in 1976. This operation included a four mile line to connect with the Southern Railway for interchange traffic.