MMRR 24 and CF&E 3885 shove a long strong of loaded wheat hoppers around the connection to the former Pere Marquette line into Lowell. The train is on the old Grand Trunk Western in this shot, and... (more)
MMRR 24 rolls west on the old GTW main between Lowell and Ada.
24 and 3885 shove a long string of covered hoppers loaded with wheat back into the ever-expanding King Milling complex in Lowell, MI.
Mid Michigan #24 sits outside the Grand Rapids Eastern RR's engine house at Ann Street yard. The GP9 was built as Northern Pacific #368.
MMRR 24 sits out a extremely cold night at the Ann St. yard in Grand Rapids. This engine has since been acquired by G&W with their purchase of Rail America.
The last engine to still wear it's Mid Michigan Paint and not G&W paint sits dead and drained outside the small engine house in Grand Rapids at the GRE. The engine is rumored to need a good amount... (more)
Where K class Pacifics once hustled passenger trains at 70 and trios of GP9s lugged heavy freights with Milwaukee bound ferry traffic, Mid Michigan RR GP9 #24 now trundles along with traffic from ... (more)
In the early morning light MMRR 24 doubles up it's eastbound train for King Milling in Lowell. Due to only having one engine and King Milling's business increasing the crew would have to make two ... (more)
24 and train arrives in Ada and will spot 3 cars at Amway and will pull a few outbound's.
24 drops down hill with 8 cars with 4 cars for Amway, and 4 for Lowell.
24 smokes it up as it shoves 7 cars up hill out of the CSX interchange.
Arriving into Lowell, 24 brings in 4 cars for Kings Flour Mill.
After filling the Ann Street yard with hoppers, Grand Rapids Eastern tied down on a nearby siding for the night.