Con Agra's #1134 (SW1200) heads to a siding to grab a cut of cars at the Commerce City grain elevator.
Con Agra's #1134 (SW1200) heads into the yard to grab a cut of hoppers for the grain elevator.
A weary looking Con Agra SW1200 waits to shuffle cars in the yard of the Commerce City Grain facility.
55 year-old Con Agra 1134 (SW1200) works the yard which is part of the Commerce City Grain complex in Commerce City, Colorado.
CAGX 1134 (SW1200) works the Commerce City Grain yard north of Denver.
Veteran CAGX 1134 was built in 1966 as a SW1200 for the Missouri Pacific Railroad. It now works the Commerce City Grain yard north of Denver.
This SW1200 works for ConAgra and can be found at the Commerce City Grain yard near Denver.
Even in the worst of blizzards Con Agra' SW1200 needed to keep shuffling grain cars in the small Commerce City yard. The fast falling snow made for a miserable afternoon of cleaning switches and t... (more)
Sometime in the early 1970’s, ConAgra purchased the former Lehigh Portland cement Company plant in Sandts Eddy, Pennsylvania. About a mile from Martin’s Creek, the plant was originally located... (more)
Con Agra's rebuilt EMD GP7 #101 shoves a cut of CSX grain hoppers into the mill.
The Con Agra Feed Mill in Gainesville, Ga glows on a nasty, wet night as the night's rain begins to seize and the ever-thick cloud cover slowly breaks apart. All is quiet in this neck of the woods... (more)
Con Agra's remote control GP7 is seen working in front of the feed mill in Gainesville, Georgia on a crystal clear April afternoon.
Con Agra's lone GP7 sits out front of the huge feed mill in Gainesville. In just a few minutes, the EMD engine will begin it's switching duties for the day.
What better locomotive for photo #101 for me on RP than ole CONX 101? Here, the GP7 pulls a cut of cars out of the yard at Gainesville, Georgia on a pleasant April afternoon.
THIS IS MY 100th PHOTO ON RP...SO I HAD TO MAKE IT SOMETHING DIFFERENT!
Con Agra's remote controlled GP7 works hard to move cars around at the feed mill in Gainesville, Georgia.