During a dreary Spring evening on an obscure branch line in rural North Carolina. A battle worn GP38AC coughs up a cloud of exhaust as if the engineer gave it a quick kick in its sides with spurs.... (more)
As the remaining high hoods on the NS roster sit and await an uncertain fate. It's always nice to look back upon a collection of photographs and think, I sure am glad I took that. After being in s... (more)
Three variations of EMD's, a GP40-2, GP38AC & PR43C sit outside of Norfolk Southerns Norris Yard Diesel Shop in Irondale, Alabama.
NS P25 with a rare GP38AC, passes Martin-Merietta rock quarry at Hardaway on its way back to Barber Junction.
One of the last operating GP38ACs drags through the West End District of Atlanta. Smerk!
With a long hood forward GP38AC leading, P26 passes the Cut Rate Box warehouse in the Oakland Junction District of Atlanta.
P26 heading to East Point with a veteran GP38AC leading three other EMD's.
P76 roars past the Cut Rate Box factory with a veteran GP38AC on the point.
With the roar of 645's and a cloud of blue smoke, P26 is on its way to East Point with a veteran GP38AC on the point.
Words can not describe how awesome this was! Due to a extra long 96 car Sunday train, a fourth unit was needed for this P26. A GP38AC happened to be free and was put on the head end. It was amazin... (more)
Built in September of 1971 for the Southern Railway as SOU 2873W, a veteran GP38AC idles on the Dickinson fuel pit. Younger sister, NS 5137, built as SOU 5137L in February of 1974 awaits servicing... (more)
The number of ex-Southern high hood four axles on the active roster has fallen dramatically in the last few years. GP38AC 2873 sits outside the Norris Yard diesel shop.
334 enters the siding at the West end of Gold Ridge as viewed from the cab of a GP38AC on 137.