The Missouri & Northern Arkansas Carthage Day Switcher is just going to work, using the escape crossover out to the main, and breaking down the KCMNA that arrived earlier this morning from Kansas ... (more)
Former SP T2.
MNA 4081 in the fuel racks.
Former UP SD40-2.
Former SP and UP SD45 now working for the Missouri and Northern Arkansas.
Ancient BN 1860 (built in 1955 for Northern Pacific) leads a BN peddler as it works around Carthage on the far eastern end of the former Frisco's Wichita line.
AZCR 3892 and MNA 4045 layover on a quiet Sunday evening down in Carthage, MO.
The first MNA unit to receive the Genesee & Wyoming paint scheme is GP40-1CU 3025, the former MNA 4012, shown working pearl Yard on the Carthage switcher
Pretty Basic Stuff--Forward or backwards, fast or slow. Beep beep, ding ding.
A MNA GP40-2 sits next to the shop, while a half-dismantled CN GP40-2WL sits next to a crane on another track. Canon 350D.
A wide variety of locomotives sit at the Carthage engine facilities, including a former SP tunnel motor. Canon 350D.
The MNA road job, out of Kansas City I assume, calls it a day as they tie up at Carthage and get in the 'Limo' for the ride home. Canon 350D. 28-80mm.
This MNA job cranks it up as it blasts out of a cut and across N. Main Street in Carthage, MO. This leaser is a former B&O 4010, a GP40 built 9/71. Canon 350D. 28-80mm.
Missouri and Northern Arkansas (MNA) Local, MNA 4003 (GP-40) is second engine