A duo of HBR SD50s rest in Peru.
HBRY SD50 5009 leads a IR sand train east through Montgomery.
These two Hudson Bay Railway engines are long time cousins, having both been built for the Southern Pacific. HBRY 3600 started life in 1964 as a GP35 with the SP, and HBRY 6526 was built in 1963 f... (more)
An extended work assignment with frequent trips to the Chicago suburbs has afforded me the chance to explore the lines in the area in the late afternoons. I was surprised to see this refugee from ... (more)
A Hudson Bay Railway Geep leads the daily Great Western Railway train out of Loveland for Johnstown, seen here climbing the hill out of Loveland near Officer Junction. The locomotive doesn't seem ... (more)
Two Hudson Bay Railway GP35s back towards Ranchway Feeds, where the duo will pick up a single grain car. The HBRY locomotive was once a Southern Pacific locomotive.
HBRY SD50 5001 leads a Railnet power move west through Yorkville.
HBRY SD50 5001 leads a Railnet power move west out of Eola, approaching downtown Aurora.
Two HBRY SD50s and a Omnitrax SW14 sit outside the IR's shop in Ottawa.
Westbound Illinois Railway "plow extra" crosses the frozen Fox River on the west side of Sheridan with a pair of ex-CNW SD50s sandwiching an ex-SP SD45T-2.
HBR 5008, ex-CNW 7018, blasts through the Illinois Railway snow covered main line and into the small town of Sheridan, IL. The Illinois Railway has four Hudson Bay SD50s on the property, all origi... (more)
Hudson Bay Geeps sit in the North Yard in Fort Collins, ready to take a mixed freight out of town.
One of four HBR SD50s currently on the roster of the Illinois Railway rests at Ottawa. The other side of this unit has some damage which has temporarily put it out of service.
The Hudson Bay Railway does a great job keeping their 50 year old GP35's looking fresh.