The Ann Arbor Railroad is seen switching cars around Toledo
Showing her years as she heads a light power movement from the Osmer interchange, Ann Arbor 7802, still in her orange Michigan Interstate paint, heads into the heart of Ann Arbor.
Ann Arbor 7802, the only remaining orange Geep on the roster, shoves a cut of empty racks into the south end of Ottawa Yard. This location is rather unique, as Manhattan Junction is protected by s... (more)
Ann Arbor 7802 the last GP38 on roster, is seen here pulling loaded Jeep/Chrysler autoracks from the loading tracks.
The last Annie orange geep on the property pulls a string of Jeeps out of the Chrysler plant in Toledo.
The last orange Annie running. With its two orange siblings recently stricken from the roster and two new UP yellow units on the property in the last half year the very last orange Ann Arbor engi... (more)
An Ann Arbor yard job has just rolled across the street from Ottawa Yard to make a pick up at the Jeep plant. One crewman lines a switch back while the engine idles.
The "backside" of the former Toledo Terminal doesn't see much in the way of trains these days, but here an Ann Arbor job is running long hood foward up to the little yard between Laskey and Alexis... (more)
A yard crew is shoving cars back further into Ottawa yard while one of the yellow geeps rest by the engine terminal.
'02' Switches the South End of AA's Yard in Toledo.
The afternoon sun breaks out as an Ann Arbor GP38 works on the north side of Toledo Ohio.
After picking up interchange from the TSBY at Osmer, north of town, the daily Ann Arbor turn comes back through the city, passing the old station that's been converted to a Montessori school.
Two of the Annie's ex-Conrail GP38s work the south end of Osmer siding, interchanging with the Tuscola & Saginaw Bay. For a modern view of this scene, check out SeanK97's picture 220684.
Unusual consist today -- 7802 is helping GP39-2s 2373 and 2368, the normal power for this daily run.