A Cotton Belt GP60 leads a Union Pacific train over the Arkansas River bridge at Princeton, CO on the Tennessee Pass Route, three months before the former D&RGW route was shut down.
eastbound SP train McCredie Springs siding
Amtrak's California Zephyr train No. 6 had some interesting substitute power on May 23, 1992, cruising east through the Salt Lake Valley approaching Riverton.
One of the few still standing, SSW 9642 takes a rest at the former SP Hearne Yard the day before Thanksgiving 2011.
It's Christmas Eve 2009 and Santa came early this year to provide a couple of nice Christmas presents: several inches of snow and a Cotton Belt unit leading a train. Catching SP/SSW units are gett... (more)
At sunset a string of power with an unpatched ex-Cotton Belt GP60 in the lead awaits the next loaded unit rock train bound for a cement plant.
Miller yard job starts switching in Cadiz yard
Two Cotton Belt GP60's are working a cut of cars on both ends.
Two Cotton Belt geeps (SSW 9699) are working CJ yard.
Looks like an added stack on top of this SSW GP-60, but it's actually from the plant in the background, as the MMEPBB train rolls by the Arkilite facilities in Edmondson, Arkansas.
An old Cotton Belt ON the old Cotton Belt. SSW 9642 makes its way through West Memphis. The yellow sign still says Cotton Belt Railroad on it. Railroad: St. Louis Southwestern Railway (Cotton Belt)Locomotive: EMD GP60Location: West Memphis, Arkansas, USALocomotive #: SSW 9642Train ID: UP MMEPBBPhoto Date: July 24, 2005
An unpatched Cotton Belt GP-60 rolls westbound on the UP Memphis Sub as a BNSF Memphis to Kansas City train heads in the same direction.