.Adam Farence Photo.
An incredible find in 2010, almost 2011, as one of two remaining SOO GP40's sits with a matching, paint and rust wise, caboose, at the Amtrak Depot on a rare night off.
The 4603 gets a quick break while the locomotive engineer changes ends.
The infamous SOO GP40s yard a drag from Superior. Perhaps someday one of them will find a permanent home at the Lake Superior Railroad Museum.
It appears this Foreman hasn't trained his engineer to carry his lunch box back to the second unit for him.
The only remaining GP40s in SOO colors work their way to the BNSF 17th Street yard passing the SOO depot.
An almost vintage pair of SOO GP40's take an afternoon nap at CP's Stinson Yard in Superior, WI while they wait for their next assignment. In the backround are some of the much newer road power e... (more)
End of the line, but not quite for this veteran Soo Line GP40, a 1967 product of EMD.
There is a quite a bit of exceitement over CP reactivating some remaining Soo Line SD60s, but the real excitement should be over this pair of classic Soo Line GP40s (4603/4601) paired together in ... (more)
The Easter Bunny was kind to me today as the only two remaining ex-Soo GP40s still in classic Soo Line paint were paired together on a transfer to Duluth. Considering they were built in 1967 and s... (more)
The crew aboard Soo Line 4603 is already working hard on a Sunday morning at Bensenville Yard assembling outbound trains.
A trip down the back road by the CP yard revealed two fawns eating spilled grain. It's been a tough winter for animals in the upper Midwest this year with all the snow, cold and ice. The first f... (more)
A CP freight prepares to leave the yard on a cold sunday morning. The SOO GP40 is showing its age, but I'm glad to see she is still earning her keep.
One of the original 4 Soo Line GP40s (No. 735) rests at Rices Point as the salt water vessel Beluga Enterprise unloads its cargo at the Duluth Port Terminal.
Heading back to the yard with a coach out of the Lake Superior Railroad Museum, NP 517.