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

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

  2. WIRX #3186

    WIRX #3186

    Here is an ex-SP GP9 (WIRX #3186) sitting at Peavy grain elevator just north of Kalama, Wash.
  3. Switching

    Switching

    GP9s 72 and 77 work in the yard at Waterville. 26NOV05
  4. BN 1830 Bham Switch

    BN 1830 Bham Switch

    BN 1830 ex-GN GP9 in switch service at Bellingham WA in 1971.
  5. Loading dock view

    Loading dock view

    This picture was taken from the loading platform. The train is a tourist train run by the Lewistown Chamber of Comerce; normaly it goes to Deton & back. This is a special "brunch with Santa" train which doesn't go all the way to Deton, it only goes about 3/4 of the way there...
  6. The PRSL Lives!

    The PRSL Lives!

    Reviving excursions thru towns like Tuckahoe and Richland NJ, the CMSL brings the feel of the old Pennsylvania-Reading Seashore Lines back to life.
  7. Richland extension

    Richland extension

    Cape May Seashore Lines recently extended service from Tuckahoe north to Richland NJ. Here, a vintage Geep prepared to lead the return trip south.
  8. Heading into Town

    Heading into Town

    SAPPI-3 swings onto the freight main at CPF110.
  9. Local Freight

    Local Freight

    Local freight heads down the branch towards Oakland.
  10. 8251

    8251

    GP9U parked on labour day
  11. A Geep steps in

    A Geep steps in

    Nickel Plate GP9 takes over as power is turned at Tobyhanna
  12. Georgia Northeastern Railroad

    Georgia Northeastern Railroad

    A pair of GNRR GP18'S sandwiching a GP9 still in Chessie System paint are sitting at the Tyson feed corn plant at Keithsburg, Ga. awaiting their next assignment
  13. Strange lash-up on a local

    Strange lash-up on a local

    I've been observing this local for almost two years now. It performs switching at Fort Rouge yard, local job to Fort Garry Industrial Park #2 (aka former Manitoba Sugar site) and to the cement plant, which is where this local is coming from. I've seen the following lash-ups for power, with an *...
  14. Chuggin' thru Cheyney

    Chuggin' thru Cheyney

    West Chester #6499 (ex-B&O) approaches Cheyney with a passenger consist.
  15. West Chester excursion

    West Chester excursion

    WCRR #6499 sits at Glen Mills, PA.
  16. Traffic jam

    Traffic jam

    On one of my first visits to Portage JCT (I visit that place about once/twice a week) I was lucky enough to catch a great traffic jam. I've seen bottlenecks since, but this one is by far the best. Let's break it down: In the foreground, E/B CN local with CN 1435 & 7220 (GMD1u & GP9RM)...
  17. Louisiana & Northwest Railroad

    Louisiana & Northwest Railroad

    L&NW GP9 & GP7 51 & 52 are sitting at Gibsland, La. awaiting their fate.
  18. West of Little Rock

    West of Little Rock

    Little Rock & Western's weatherbeaten Geep heads up a small westbound on the line to Danville.
  19. Ordinary world

    Ordinary world

    Original GP9 in everyday service, running daily on the mainline. Sometimes long-hood forward.
  20. Mainline meet in the Rain

    Mainline meet in the Rain

    As the local returns from the cement plant, it's being passed by an eastbound. Power: CN 2626 & 2531 (Dash 9-44CW's) and an unidentified CN SD75I or SD70I. The power for the local: CN 271 (GP9 slug) CN 7267 (GP9RM)





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