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Photo ID: 1923

OUCH!! LMX 8524 was invloved in a single locomotive runaway derailment in Cleburne.

Railroad: General Electric Leasing (LMX)
Locomotive: GE B39-8E
Location: Saginaw, Texas, USA
Locomotive #: LMX 8524
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: December 19, 1999


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By: Shane G Deemer

Added: Dec 31, 2002

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Photo ID: 1940

US Army GP10 4623 attends to a DODX flats loaded with a pair of M88 tank retrievers.

Railroad: United States Army
Locomotive: EMD/Paducah GP10 (Rebuild)
Location: Fort Hood, Texas, USA
Locomotive #: USAX 4623
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: August 21, 1999


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By: Shane G Deemer

Added: Jan 01, 2003

Views: 8,649
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Photo ID: 305185

Alexandria is Virginia's busiest passenger station. We can see three trains here; a southbound Amtrak Regional, a CSX manifest and Yellow Line Metro.

Railroad: Amtrak
Locomotive: GE P42DC
Location: Alexandria, Virginia, USA
Locomotive #: AMTK 186
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: November 20, 2009


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By: Shane G Deemer

Added: Nov 25, 2009

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Photo ID: 278168

One of Austin Capitol Metro's Stalder GTW DMU-2 2/6 railcars crosses a trestle in Austin on a test run.

Railroad: Capital Metro
Locomotive: Stadler GTW DMU-2 2/6
Location: Austin, Texas, USA
Locomotive #: 106
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: March 19, 2009


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By: Shane G Deemer

Added: Mar 31, 2009

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Photo ID: 1149

What a waste of a perfectly used F40PH; thankfully, they don't use this on the Heartland Flyer anymore.

Railroad: Amtrak
Locomotive: EMD NPCU (Non-Powered Control Unit)
Location: Fort Worth, Texas, USA
Locomotive #: AMTK 90208
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: August 21, 2000


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By: Shane G Deemer

Added: Dec 23, 2002

Views: 5,159
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Photo ID: 1950

The custom nose job on USA 1400 makes it the most unique locomotive on the US Army’s roster.

Railroad: United States Army
Locomotive: EMD GP9
Location: Fort Hood, Texas, USA
Locomotive #: USAX 1400
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: March 15, 1999


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By: Shane G Deemer

Added: Jan 01, 2003

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Photo ID: 1114

Rebuilt by Amtrak and assigned to the Heartland Flyer.

Railroad: Amtrak
Locomotive: EMD F40PH
Location: Fort Worth, Texas, USA
Locomotive #: AMTK 358
Train ID: N/A
Photo Date: July 10, 2000


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By: Shane G Deemer

Added: Dec 22, 2002

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Photo ID: 1954

US Army GP10s 4624 and 4623 are turning bi-level autoracks on Ft. Hood wye.

Railroad: United States Army
Locomotive: EMD GP10
Location: Fort Hood, Texas, USA
Locomotive #: USAX 4624
Train ID: Switcher
Photo Date: April 02, 1995


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By: Shane G Deemer

Added: Jan 01, 2003

Views: 4,522
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Photo ID: 90120

The equipment from the Texas Limited Houston - Galveston Dinner Train now rests at the Galveston Railroad Museum.

Railroad: Texas Limited
Locomotive: EMD F7(A)
Location: Galveston, Texas, USA
Locomotive #: 100
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: September 13, 1997


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By: Shane G Deemer

Added: Jan 06, 2005

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Photo ID: 90124

Railroad: Texas City Terminal Railway
Locomotive: EMD MP15DC
Location: Texas City, Texas, USA
Locomotive #: TCT 37
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: September 14, 1997


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By: Shane G Deemer

Added: Jan 06, 2005

Views: 4,304
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Photo ID: 1380

At the time of this photo, this was the oldest operating locomotive in the US; it now resides at the Museum of Transportation in St. Louis

Railroad: Arkansas & Missouri Railroad
Locomotive: Alco RS-1
Location: Springdale, Arkansas, USA
Locomotive #: AM 22
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: May 10, 1999


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By: Shane G Deemer

Added: Dec 25, 2002

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Photo ID: 82129

These 2 locomotives were sold to a company in Mexico shortly after this photo.

Railroad: United States Army
Locomotive: BLW RS4TC
Location: Fort Bliss, Texas, USA
Locomotive #: USAX 1255
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: November 19, 1999


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By: Shane G Deemer

Added: Oct 19, 2004

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Photo ID: 1150

AMTK 838 leads a 8 hour late westbound Sunset Limited through Flatonia, TX.

Railroad: Amtrak
Locomotive: GE P40DC
Location: Flatonia, Texas, USA
Locomotive #: AMTK 838
Train ID: P002
Photo Date: January 12, 2002


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By: Shane G Deemer

Added: Dec 23, 2002

Views: 4,182
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Photo ID: 305005

The Amtrak Acela class unit arrives at the BWI rail station.

Railroad: Amtrak
Locomotive: Bombardier/Alstom Acela Express Trainset
Location: Baltimore, Maryland, USA
Locomotive #: AMTK 2000
Train ID: Unknown
Photo Date: November 22, 2009


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By: Shane G Deemer

Added: Nov 23, 2009

Views: 4,141
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Photo ID: 90037

This locomotive is decorated for the ill-fated TouristZug, which was the inspiration for the Florida Fun Train. D15387 was a seasonal train for skiers; it ran from Frankfurt to the slopes at Garmi... (more)

Railroad: Deutsche Bahn
Locomotive: BR 103
Location: Stuttgart, Germany
Locomotive #: 103-220
Train ID: D 15387
Photo Date: February 16, 2001


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By: Shane G Deemer

Added: Jan 05, 2005

Views: 4,081
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