A salvage and scrap crew have started the dismantling process of three former Soo Line covered hoppers. Built by Pullman-Standard, these cars have reached the end of the line.
Assigned to Curry Rail Services in Hollidaysburg, PA, CRS 1932 is a rebuilt EMD GP10. This locomotive is one of three owned by Curry Supply Holdings.
Built by the mighty PRR in the 1950s, the former Sam Rea Car Shop still stands as a mix-use industrial park. Curry Supply Holdings leases about 1/3 of the building for two of their divisions, Curr... (more)
Here's one of the oddest units you'll ever see - a TP70. Built in December of 2015, FDWX 0002 was built on the frame of an HTC truck donated from SD40-2 PSWX (ex-CP) No. 785. Powered by a CAT 9.3 ... (more)
Freight cars are staged for inspection on tracks 1 and 2 before being filtered into the railcar repair area of Curry Rail Service's Hollidaysburg Shop. Built for the PRR in 1954 as their Samuel Re... (more)
Various freight cars undergoing repair inside Curry Rail Service's Hollidaysburg Shop. Built for the PRR in 1954 as their Samuel Rea Shop, the building is part of the DeGol Industrial Complex. Cur... (more)
Located in the former Sam Rea/Hollidaysburg Car Shops, Curry Rail Services now occupies the west end of the shop complex. With railcar and locomotive repair, metal fabrication, railcar manufacturi... (more)
Curry Rail Services and Tractive Power Corp. present the first Tier 4 Industrial Switcher. The unit, equipped with a Caterpillar C9.3 (400HP) engine, is Tier 4 compliant and rides on a standard EM... (more)