On my final day of photographing trains in the St Louis area before moving to New Mexico, the conductor walks up to the switch to line NS train 319 from the Alton and Southern to the NS Southern-W... (more)
Georges Creek Railway #7436 awaits finishing touches at the Metro East Industries in Alorton Illinois. (Taken With Permission)
A true kitbash job gets attention in one of the work bays at MEI's shops. How many roads can you name? Taken on MEI property with permission.
Nearing the end of the line, this old Conrail SD38 awaits its' fate, along with other compadres still on flanged wheels. Taken inside MEI's grounds with permission.
A lone Manny MP pokes out of the A&S Yard on a nice Spring morning.
UP SD's mill about their large classification yard in E. St. Louis, IL.
Disguised as an Alton & Southern job, some NS power shoves their move into Gateway Yard in the Metro East section of St. Louis.
A rare bird at that time slices through a foggy morning at Alton & Southern Railway after cutting from the train
An Alton & Southern police officer watches as the conductor of Job 102 makes the call to start pulling.
A&S Job 102 brings CSX Q333 into Gateway Yard with a cool EMD lashup leading.
Protected. While the conductor chats it up with an A&S police officer, UP 9899 smokes it up while dragging a cut out of the Gateway Yard. Once the switch is thrown, Job 102 will grab NS 375... (more)
New slogan and paint scheme? Spotted at the Alton & Southern Gateway Yard.
The #283 train has a nice Conrail leader.
NS #111 is passing thru Coapman Yard, which is nothing more than a passing siding.He is about to hammer the daimonds with the A&S Railway.