Careening through Ethel Santa Fe’s 188 train slams through Ethel, Missouri, at 1:11 p.m. on June 16, 1990 with three new EMD GP60Ms leading the way. The third locomotive in the consist ... (more)
Blue Island, IL, to KC vehicle train rolls thru the small town of Ethel in north-central Missouri. the train is working over the Marceline Sub between Fort Madison, IA, and Kansas City. Ethel, is ... (more)
An eastbound stack train coming off Cardy Hill on the BNSF Transcon near Ethel, Missouri.
This is the second of two freights to come off Cardy Hill within the last few minutes. These trains can't possibly sneak up on you. With dynamics whining, they can be heard for at least a minute ... (more)
You can hear the dynamic brakes screaming as this train comes down off Cardy Hill near Ethel, Missouri. As the train approaches, it throttles back and passes under the bridge where I am standing.
With three new EMD GP60Ms on the point, Santa Fe train No. 188 slams through Ethel, Missouri, at 1:11 p.m. on June 16, 1990. The third locomotive in the consist is No. 111 on its first trip west o... (more)
A westbound stack train climbs the grade out of the Brush Creek bottom west of Ethel on the BNSF Marceline Subdivsion.
This eastbound stack train is winding through the dense forests near Ethel, Missouri on the BNSF Transcon.
Ethel, Missouri just after dawn looking out on the Transcon coming off Cardy Hill in northern Missouri.
A trackage rights UP train races along the BNSF Transcon Main outside of Ethel in northern Missouri. The train is about to pass thru West Ethel, and is about 100 miles from the next crew change at... (more)
With number boards all in a row, this stacker is negotiating Cardy Hill on the Transcon in northern Missouri.
A westbound intermodal train rounds a curve between Ethel and Hart.
This eastbounder is negotiating Cardy Hill near Ethel, Missouri.
Eastbound Mc Cook, IL to Oklahoma City vehicle train passing east switch Ethel
An Eastbound stack train bound Logistic Park, IL, works out of Ethel and pass this nice homestead. The train originated at Los Angeles Harbor, CA, (Terminal Island Container Transfer Facility-NYK)... (more)