Three MVPX Locomotives sit in Kirk Yard's Old Pit waiting to go out as Revenue Engines. MVPX 20 is fairly unique and I'm wishing now that I had taken a minute to check out the Blue Card because I ... (more)
Working the Yard. This switcher apparently was built in 1957 for Sand Springs Railway, a Class 3 in Oklahoma. It worked for Sand Springs for many years before being sold to MVPX at some po... (more)
Motive Power Resources shop in Minooka.
A rebuilt GP9 spends a quiet afternoon at a grain transfer facility.
Motive Power Resources in Minooka.
MVPX 1202, an SW1200 in green paint and marked for service by North Star Blue Scope Steel, sits on the outskirts of the company's steel mill in Delta, Ohio. This is one of several switchers used ... (more)
MVPX 0008 sits at PSC Metals on a beautiful afternoon along a rather unique branch of track running through the heart of one of the industrial sections of Nashville. The Nashville skyline can be s... (more)
A former Sand Springs SW900 sits outside the MPR (former Relco) shop in Minooka.
Former Grand Trunk GP9 4444, now owned by MVPX and assigned as the switcher for the Consolidated Terminal and Logistics (CTLC) facility in North Bend, rests under shelter and Old Glory as the snow... (more)
Long time resident of Joliet (MVPX 15) has seen odd ball power come and go over the past few months. A couple of SD40-2's now keeps it company till they are sent out on their way.
A former ADM SW1200 sits in the weeds at the former EJ&E Joliet Yard.
MVPX ex-Cargill SW1200 15 sits in Joliet yard.
MVPX units 1711 and 1751 sit inside the small yard at the Knoxville Locomotive Works waiting to be rebuilt into brand new units.
Photo taken with permission.
A VRE engine sits at the Bryan Park Maintenance Terminal waiting for service. November 2012.