The 'Croc GE' and former Santa Fe SF30 throttle up out of New Brighton with cars from the CN.
Job 20 drops down into St. Anthony with cars from the 'WC' at New Brighton. They'll yard the train and call it a day. The six axle power is typically used at night on the Northtown Transfer.
The "Croc GE" from down under (formerly Hammersly Iron) pulls down for head room along with MNNR 50, an SF30C. In todays age of heavy standardization, its neat to see two extremely unique engines ... (more)
The lone GE left from the Australian import fleet is currently stored on the MNNR. The Crocodile GE was formerly Hamersly Iron 5059...
"Crocodile GE" basks in the sunrise.
MNNR 59, a rare Australian built C36-7, is nicknamed "Crocodile GE". I guess the Commercial has a sense of humor.