Seattle. January 2011.
Stacy Yard. Seattle.
Brand new Gp 30 befor getting the detailing process
UP patched GP 40-2 # 1421 (ex SP) with Herzog tie replacement train, one car equipped with gondola crane, in front 2 UP MoW trucks
Can't stay new too long :)
This is a GP 20 painted but not yet decaled. It is made from an old Cox shell.
CB&W's newest engines pause for their picture on the east end of the Narrows.
In the 1980's the CB&W bought a couple of more engines, this time second generation EMD's. They hung on to older GP 9's and had them reworked...
With business booming in the 1960's, the railroad began picking up discarded first generation GP engines.
The most modern engine in the Cedar Branch & Western's fleet is a GP 60.
Test running is important.
And the legs of the LED are shortened. The LED itself is sanded, too. It has got a flat head.