After waiting a couple of hours, GTW 4619 leads 11 tank cars under the GTW searchlight signal bridges at MAL in downtown Pontiac. Three days later the signals were cut over.
R950 with the GTW 4619 departs Pontiac passing under the GTW signal bridge at MAL. This interlocking was cut over just three days later on Jun 13th.
R950 with the GTW 4619 departs Pontiac passing under the GTW signal bridge at Johnson Ave. Replacements are on site and will most likely be cut over before the end of the month.
GTW 4619 and EJ&E 670 shove back into Markham Yard, passing under the IC signal bridge.
A veteran GTW GP9R leads CN R980 east on the Lakefront Subdivision towards Kirk Yard
Sill in Grand Trunk paint, 4619 goes about duty's at Kirk Yard.
GTW GP9R 4619 switches at Homewood, passing the railroad park while pulling out for headroom.
GTW GP9R switches the south end of Homewood Yard.
A Grand Trunk veteran is still going strong as it shoves a cut of cars back into the former Illinois Central's Markham Yard.
CN Local 104 is awaiting a signal from Desk 8 to enter the mainline in Ferndale after running around their two cars in the siding.
After working the industrial branch the local is heading back to the yard over the Black River.
The CN local works the customer at the end of the line.
The CN local is running down the waterfront to serve the customer at the end of the line as they go by a riverfront statue honoring the importance of the waterway on the other side of the Geep.
GTW GP9R 4619 waits to depart Durand with a local. Good to see classic GTW power on home rails.
In a scene which could easily have been taken over ten years prior, a pair of GTW GP9Rs lead a westbound autorack train past the East Lansing Amtrak depot, enroute to Chicago.