No mistaking that former C&NW Schoolbell.
Port Harbor power sits near the Casino Queen in East St. Louis.
Port Harbor SD40-2 2758 sits in the industrial park in Granite City.
Port Harbor MP15 1296 sits in the industrial park in Granite City.
Port Harbor's former CNW SD40-2, wearing classic Illinois Terminal colors, works an industry in Granite City as darkness approaches.
Port Harbor 8955 clatters across a diamond as it works the industrial trackage at America's Central Port.
Port Harbor 8955 passes Illini Terminal GP40 2064 in day-glo green at America's Central Port north of St. Louis. Both the Port Harbor and Illini Terminal are part of Terry Respondek's rail empire.
After calling a quit on Christmas Eve, We posed our GP-40 for a few photos.The old MILW veteran is decked out for the holidays.
All decked out in holiday décor, Port Harbor GP40 #2064 heads to spot up a boxcar.
All decked out in holiday décor, Port Harbor GP-40 #2064 brings in interchange traffic off the TRRA.
Port Harbor train bringing a unit pipe train in off the interchange with the Terminal Railroad.
GREEN MACHINES!, Our former CNW SD40-2 and MILW GP-40 finally wear matching colors. Here the pair is resting after working hard over the weekend.
Fresh out of paint in the Bosses favorite colors is GP40 #2064.Shes wearing the #2302 for an event.This unit used to wear tattered MILW bandit paint.
Pipe moves in by rail and out by truck here at Americas Central Port.Our IT painted SD40-2 is tied onto to some loads as a truck of outbound pipe rolls out.