In an industrial corner of the old Brooklyn waterfront, Bush Terminal Railroad 80-Tonner 89 advances a cut of cars while one of the BT's primitive GE/Ingersol Rand switchers built in 1931 waits in... (more)
In the late 1960s/early 70s, Brooklyn's Bush Terminal Railroad was known as the home of some of GE's first diesels, a group of seven 60-ton, 300hp mini-hood units built in 1931 that turned out to ... (more)
One of GE's earliest diesels, 1931-built Bush Terminal Railroad 5, works the Brooklyn waterfront back in 1970. These interesting little engines and the railroad itself are long gone, but some of t... (more)
Two big GEs pull loads of corn syrup and ethanol southward through Gainesville. Note the absence of an idler car, which means there's no hazardous material near the locomotives.