The DX class was built by General Electric's Erie, PA plant and entered service from 1972. From 1988 the DX class received a series of modifications and, were classified DXB. Assisting is DC 4513... (more)
DXB and DXC locomotives were brought back from South Island to fill in for the CNR DL class sidelined when asbestos was discovered. This MetroPort train has arrived from Auckland's Southdown term... (more)
Train 232 is hauled through Feilding by DXB 5137 and DL 9066. The DX class (narrow gauge version of GE U23C) was introduced from 1972 and all have been re-built, the DXB being uprated to 3000Hp. ... (more)
DXB 5137 sits in the Autum morning sun at the head of milk train 542. 5137 has a unique version of the KR livery, with the long hood painted in KR phase 1 paint, but with a yellow cab.
BNSF POWER LEADS SOUTHBOUND INTO YARD CROSSING CSX DIAMOND