Delivered as Lake Terminal 1009 in January 1948, this NW2 appears to have been well-tended over its 25 years of service. I think Acipco had another EMD switcher in orange and green.
While on a road trip I made a brief stop in Birmingham to check out a small NS yard. When I reached it I found this neat MP15DC making a street running move as it drilled gondolas for a pipe indus... (more)
American Beauty switcher 107 disappears into the vast confines of the the American Cast Iron Pipe Company plant adjacent to Finley Yard in Birmingham.
American Beauty aka the 107, poses for a quick shot before going back to work moving raw materials or spotting empty flats, all in the pursuit of making the quality Cast Iron and Steel Pipe that A... (more)
This little work horse, with a new chrome horn, gets ready to move some more coil cars during an afternoon Summer thunderstorm.
The 105 poses with a load of coated steel pipe that was made by the fine hard working folks of ACIPCO's American Steel Pipe division.
The 105 gets ready to pull another string of quality steel pipe made by the friendly and hard working folks at American Steel Pipe, a division ACIPCO.
Locos, 105 and 107 rest in the afternoon light after a hard day of work.
107 poses for the camera on a very, very hot Tuesday afternoon in Birmingham.
ACIPCO 106 and its load of cast iron pipe made by the fine workers of the American Cast Iron Pipe Company wait in the clear for the 107 to pass.