An impressive late-1960s sight at the Norfolk & Western's big yard at Bellevue, OH, was the trios of ex-Wabash FM Train Masters that worked the hump. These massive locomotives had been re-engined ... (more)
A pair of TRRA SD40-2s pull down a cut of cars to be humped while another TRRA job gets to work in the background.
2 mothers and 2 slugs. Note signals to tell the engineer what to do -- stop, back up, come forward, come forward at hump speed.
Mother and Slug BU2. BU2 was built from NW1 901.
Another day comes to an end at CSX's Tilford Yard
Former tunnel motor (well, kinda' still is...)
With the low setting sun putting an end to the last day of the second month, Terminal's hump job keeps shoving back, with an all ex-SP consist.
Two SD38-2's work the hump job after sunset, as shown with a 1/13th second pan.
Looks like CN will get the "pleasure" of retiring this classic after all...no safe haven on "The J" anymore.
3 of the TRRAs six-axle motors are working Madison Yard.The #2205 in the middle is a slug,this set is mainly used on the hump.
Highhood #616 spends most of its time holding down this assignment.
Hump jobs are in continuous motion at Clearing Yard. A pair of BNSF motors leaving the locomotive pit into the yard pass this one.
Shoving a cut cars toward the hump.
A view of the Bellevue hump shows both Route 4 and Ranger towers. Slugs 991 and 993 are with the 1582 this day.