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  1. Granite Rock Co. No. 10

    Granite Rock Co. No. 10

    Granite Rock Company No. 10 is an 0-6-0 steam locomotive built in 1942 by H.K. Porter for the Granite Rock Company. The engine was used for Granite Rock Company as a switcher. It resides at the California State Railroad Museum in Sacramento, CA.
  2. WC 3027

    WC 3027

    10 years since it was painted the flags on the sides of the 3027 are looking faded as the crew of the Burlington local is waiting to back down the Burlington Spur.
  3. Ogden Utah

    Ogden Utah

    It's rare for me to take a picture that captures all the things I cherish. With the rumble of UP SD60s switching behind me, a UTA train arrives from SLC with a fresh batch of skiers ready to hit the slopes. A guy drinking Starbucks, while carrying a sporting bag, parked motorcycle & fog...
  4. We Have Light

    We Have Light

    Westbound Empire Builder pops out of shed 10 at Java, MT
  5. 10,000 Feet of Stacks

    10,000 Feet of Stacks

    Drivers at line-side crossings are in for a long wait. A 10,000+ foot long stack train rolls eastbound through Orange County. In addition to the four units up front it had two DPU's on the rear.
  6. IPSCO #10

    IPSCO #10

    IPSCO is a scrapper in Regina, with an intersting locomotive roster of 7 engines (S-2, 3 S-3's, SW900, SW1200 & NW2), most of which are of CP heritage. #10 is a 1956 SW1200, ex-Cuyahoga Valley 1209 (acq. 1997), nee Aliquippa & Southern 1209. Note the IPSCO badging (round decals)...
  7. Grinding

    Grinding

    He may be wearing a skirt, but you can still see sparks fly in-between the rails! Sure looks like a GE 80T from a distance, especially with those dithlights. Althogh he may look dirty, this is actually he's clean side, the other one is covered in grinding dust, or whatever is it this machine...
  8. Grind it up!

    Grind it up!

    Finally managed to catch a Railgrinder in action, even though this is the 'mini' version, it's still impressive. Note the camera pointed down at the track, the fire extinguishers on the sides and the bucket on the front porch. Sure looks like a re-worked GE 80T. Only a few weeks ago these...
  9. Crossett Western Co #10

    Crossett Western Co #10

    The Crossett Western Co. #10 is a 1929 Alco 2-8-2t. Here we see it doing some switching in Chelatchie, WA. Here it is moving an Alco S1.
  10. CSXT'S Boyles Terminal

    CSXT'S Boyles Terminal

    NREX GP38-2'S 3801 & 3802 are sitting in the north end of 10 south yard at CSXT'S Boyles Terminal in Tarrant City, Al.
  11. Warbonnet at Tunnel 10

    Warbonnet at Tunnel 10

    A southbound manifest departs from Tunnel 10 at the Tehachapi Loops, powered by Nos. SF854, NS8866, BNSF7265, FURX71010 and SF6902.
  12. Ferry Dock

    Ferry Dock

    A vacant ferry dock where the old Pere Marquette Rail ferry was docked last week. PM 10 is no longer tied along the shore of Port Huron, Michigan.



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