A&M 60 and 3 sister Alcos start to pull south after making a quick 1 car set out to the grain elevator in Butterfield,MO. 4/15/10
South of Butterfield the tracks pass under the old Highway, the overpass makes for a great afternoon photograph.
Alco's smoke it up at Butterfield, on their way to Springdale.
Classic Alco and General Motors power meet!The A&M Excursion for the Southern Appalachia Railway Museum is seen heading south behind RS-36 #30 as a 1958 GM Trailways bus waits at the crossing.This... (more)
A&M Excursion for the Southern Appalachia Railway Museum is seen heading south behind RS-36 #30.This train ran from Springdale to Butterfield Missouri and return.It is doing a photo run-by here at... (more)
Alco style! The quartet of C420's get back on the move at Butterfield, where they'll soon stop to setout a lone hopper at a feed.
Springtime on the A&M: With Ozark wildflowers in full bloom, bent nosed A&M #44 and 4 of her sisters head their train south at trackspeed.
Smoke'm if you got'm. Here we see the Engineer throw the fuel to the Ole Girls, as they cut the consist and 1 grain car away from the train to work the Cargill Elevator.
The Monett turn drags past the switch to shove the first car back, on a beautiful Spring afternoon.