UP westbound freight with all KCS power
A Laredo, TX (and eventually KCSM interchange train to Mexico) mixed freight heads south in the evening light on the former MP Laredo Sub south of San Antonio, TX.
UP westbound freight with all KCS power meets Amtrak #22 Texas Eagle eastbound
UP freight with all KCS power westbound.
The CLOMEM is nearing civilization, the town of Post, TX, again after begining it's descent of the Llano Estacado south of Slaton some 24 miles north (west).
A stencil surviving un-patched SP engine lead a cement train to Mingo siding in Denton TX.
Espee leading a cement train southbound to Denton TX at Mingo siding.
A northbound empty sand train pulls from the siding at Yarborough on its way back north from the Eagle Ford oil shale.
KCS 1919 switches about the yard in Corpus Christi with sand cars for an oil related industry.
A variety of UP power idles at the engine facility at SAIT on a fine spring morning, along with a unit from the contract switch operation, Trans Global.
A southbound UP mixed freight for KCSM at the Mexican border at Laredo pulls from the siding at Gessner, just south of San Antonio, with a patched ex-SP AC44 leading the way.
Three 4-axle locomotives work the east end of the yard early in the morning.
The clouds break in on a late Sunday evening providing the perfect light for a UP heritage unit, for those who can bear the Texas heat. Taken from the bridge near the Rosenburg Railroad Museum.