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On the night of April 6th we see LSRC 801(GP40) on a return trip south from Gaylord on its way back to Grayling,Michigan, through the thick fog we chased the train to just south of Waters, Michigan. Don't forget to Like, Subscribe and hit the notification bell!
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A good representation of the smaller Dallas, Garland & Northeastern power at the shops (Espee SD45s can be found in Denison) . Ex-CNW California Northern GP15-1 being painted in new corporate colors, RP20BD re-build from a NW GP40 that looked just like the Missouri & Northern Arkansas...
The view from Pikes Peak Community College. I'd like to see this in HO scale - the Rocky mountains cut-out would probably take up the whole basement...
This is where your natural spring water comes from.
B&O 4057 with CSX train 934 exits the Canadian side of the 1909 built Detroit River Tunnel. The tunnel was built by the Michigan Central Railroad and it's subsequent owners have been the NYC, PC, CR, CN, CP and now an investment consortium. CP runs it's Montreal/Toronto to Chicago trains via...
Not that long ago this sight would be unthinkable, back when WC engines stayed on WC rails and CN still had their 278 strong GP40-2LW fleet.
Now that most of it has been retired (~60 left), with the need for 3000h.p. 4-axle power remaining, WC GP40's are brought up north to the rescue...
UP GP-40 #509, Yellville, AR, December 11, 1983, photo by Chuck Zeiler
I'm still researching this loco, it appears to be originally MKT GP-40 #203. It is pictured on the George's Creek bridge, the original was built in April 1903, a 1900 foot long, 60 foot high wood trestle, built to accept...
New England Central GP40'S 4048 & 4049 along with a red & grey painted GP40 are sitting at Sylacauga, Al. awaiting their next assignment on the Eastern Alabama Railway, which runs from Sylacauga to Talledega, Al. & interchanges with NS at Sylacauga & CSXT at Talledega.
My first GP40 on CP she usually sticks to minneapolis not manitoba. But shes nice to see around and wish i could see more of these gp40's in Bandit colors too. She also saw service on SOO and Milwaukee Road
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