Worn and beaten, DeBruce Grain GP9 272 stands at the Amarillo, Texas facility in it's Texas Northeastern colors on the night of May 7, 2019.
The grain elevator in Cozad, Nebraska, is Peavy's, but power assigned to handle the cars belongs to DeBruce Grain. DBGX "SD18M" 6634 was built in October 1959 as Southern Railway SD24 2... (more)
A former iC SW14 rebuild is seen at DBG's Amarillo Terminal, 1442 has seen a mix of previous employers prior to it's arrival in Amarillo.
(Photo Taken with permission)
DeBruce Grain GP9 272, a former Southern Pacific unit still in it's previous owner's colors, Texas Northeastern stands with a former Santa Fe GP7U 2230 which was purchased from OmniTrax three year... (more)
A former CNW high hood SD18 now works the DeBruce Grain elevator at Cozad, NE.
Grain dust floats over covered hoppers as DeBruce Grain No. 4153 loads four cars at the company’s grain elevators at Fremont, Nebraska, on May 22, 2014. The paint scheme and worn nose logo easily ... (more)
DeBruce Grain No. 4153 switches the company’s grain elevators at Fremont, Nebraska, on May 22, 2014. The paint scheme and worn nose logo easily identify the rebuilt EMD GP7 as a former Chicago and... (more)
A nice SW1200 owned by DeBruce Grain basks in the Nebraska sunlight next to the grain elevator at Clarks NE. In the background the DPU's of a WB stack train are stopped with a couple derailed wel... (more)
Benkelman, in the far southwestern corner of Nebraska, is home to a new grain elevator, which is switched by DeBruce Grain SD9 6129. This venerable EMD product rolled out of the La Grange IL plan... (more)
DeBruce Grain GP7 4202 sure wouldn't be a good PR tool for the company as it appears this former C&NW veteran has seen better days. Along with the 4202 is a ex Texas Northeastern nee SP GP9. The p... (more)
With all WSOR markings painted out, these three units await shipping. Company employee said they were supposed to go to Mexico.