4141 south leads the Ft Worth to Englewood yard.
After letting the passengers explore the historic stockyards, the Grapevine Vintage Railroad rolls back into the station/shopping strip building to take on passengers before heading back to Grapev... (more)
The 6000-series (6000-6078), equipped with dynamic brakes, for coal service. They were designated as "SD40-2c" by Missouri Pacific.
The MoPac bought only four SW1500's and were all mated with slugs, 1521 is mated with slug 1420 which was once an SW9.
Missouri Pacific GE U30C 2995 "screaming eagles", 3000hp built 01/74. The big GE wore two previous numbers T&P 3330, MP 3330 and will be assigned one more (UP 2995) that it will never w... (more)
Missouri Pacific bought 160 GP15-1's and another 30 GP15AC's making the GP15 a very prevalent model on the Missouri Pacific roster.
A trio of Missouri Pacific GE C36-7's 9051, 9033 and 9003 in merger colors UP yellow and gray, at Fort Worth, Texas in June 1986.
After running roughly 20 miles north up to Justin, Tx, the BNSF Make a Wish Train is seen easing in to the Fort Worth ITC Station on the Amtrak lead track. Once the train cleared the switch behind... (more)
Ferromex No. 4822, along with another two brand new ES44AC locomotives, sits outside the General Electric plant in Fort Worth, TX after receiving a fresh coat of paint. ... (more)
A late Amtrak getting ready to depart for Southwestern Texas.
Santa Fe GP7u 2078, 2027 and GP30 2712.
MKT 192 brings a freight thru Fort Worth, TX in April of 1986. Fran Wiener Kodachrome from my collection.