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  1. SVI 119

    SVI 119

    Southern Railway of Vancouver Island GP9 119 in Nanaimo, BC. Southern Railway of VI operates the former Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway on Vancouver Island. The SVI is operated by the SRY(Southern Railway of BC). Currently the 2 GP9's make up the SVI's entire roster, however more units will be...
  2. Southern Railway of Vancouver Island

    Southern Railway of Vancouver Island

    SRVI(ex-Esquimalt and Nanaimo Railway) freight train heads north through Nanaimo.
  3. BNSF #1600 @ Coast Engine and Equipment Co.

    BNSF #1600 @ Coast Engine and Equipment Co.

    Here BNSF #1600 is sitting with it's long hood removed for some reason.. It's getting worked on for something.. Anyone know what's it in for?? Also, is BNSF still the owner of this GP9??
  4. Turntable at Anaconda

    Turntable at Anaconda

    One of the very few turntables left in operation in the US is pictured here in Anaconda, Mt where the Rarus Railway uses it to turn locomotives & cars coming out of their roundhouse onto the right track.
  5. High-nosed GP9 #105

    High-nosed GP9 #105

    RARW high-nosed GP9 #105 sitting at Anaconda. Sorry about the fence issue.
  6. SD19-1 #652

    SD19-1 #652

    MRL SD19-1 #652, 1 of 2 SD19-1's that MRL has, sits at Livingston along with some MRL GP9's & an SD45. Although #651 & #652 are classified as SD19-1's by MRL, the two look totaly different, while #652 (shown here) may look more like an SD38, #651 looks alot more like an SD7/SD9.
  7. MRL locos abound @ Livingston

    MRL locos abound @ Livingston

    several GP9's, an SD19-1, an SD45, & an EMD end-cab switcher sit at Livngston.
  8. MRL geeps at Livingston

    MRL geeps at Livingston

    Several MRL GP9's sit at MRL's Livingston yard
  9. RARW #302

    RARW #302

    Raurs #302 in Butte, getting ready to take the Copper King express back to Anaconda.
  10. Rarus Geeps in Butte

    Rarus Geeps in Butte

    Rarus GP9 #302 & GP7 #301 head to the other end of the Copper King Express to get ready to head back to Anaconda.
  11. RARW GP7 #301 @ Butte

    RARW GP7 #301 @ Butte

    RARW #301 trails GP9 #302 at Butte as they get ready to pull the Copper King Express back towards Anaconda.
  12. Rarus Geeps at Butte

    Rarus Geeps at Butte

    RARW GP9 #302 (in the lead) & GP7 #301 make their way to the other end of the Copper King Express in order to get ready to head back to Anaconda.
  13. Rarus GP9 #106

    Rarus GP9 #106

    RARW GP9 #106 sits at Rarus Railway's Anaconda Yard in Anaconda, Mt.
  14. Rarus GP9 #302

    Rarus GP9 #302

    Rarus Railway GP9 #302 & GP7 #301 (not visible in this picture) get ready to couple up to the other end of the Copper King Express for the trip back to Anaconda. #302 is equipped with Dynamic braking & a Nathan/Airchime K5LA airhorn (not sure, but I don't think the K5 was its original horn)
  15. Montana Western GP9 in Anaconda

    Montana Western GP9 in Anaconda

    ex.MWRR GP9 #203 sitsin RARW's yard in Anaconda, Mt
  16. Montana Western #203

    Montana Western #203

    An ex. Montana Western GP9 sits in Rarus Railway's yard in Anaconda, Mt.
  17. Spotting Up

    Spotting Up

    TBRX 4444 GP9 spots up the Elevator in Candor, NC. along side the ACWR mainline. The unit was orginally owned by GTW.
  18. F means front, no?

    F means front, no?

    West Chester RR 6499 runs short hood forward, despite her markings.
  19. Sutherland depo

    Sutherland depo

    Upon the containers and GEVO's passing by there's an old depo hidden in town. There's even two Geeps, a GP38-2 (CP 3061) and a GP9u of THB heritage (CP 1686) standing by.
  20. The end for this GP9 #9010 at RJCR Celina, Ohio

    The end for this GP9 #9010 at RJCR Celina, Ohio






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