Three of the four recent acquisitions by the Museum of the American Railroad here in Frisco, Texas
Approaching Frisco after hitting a car shortly before in Prosper, Texas. Propser EMS Responded to the scene at Propser Trail Rd.
A Full Amtrak has been shoved into the Museum of the American Railroad for the Amtrak exhibit train. No Amtrak service actually runs on the BNSF Madill Subdivision.
More static power at Vulcan Materials. All Frisco Trains keep their power here for a few days before leaving back north on the return trip.
A Southbound BNSF MWAX Train rolls down the main as it passes right next to the tied down BNSF VULX Train. This is a typical sight at night on the BNSF Madill Sub. The Vulcan materials yard in Fri... (more)
Originally ATSF 107.. ATSF 97 Was built in December 1967 as a EMD FP45 and retired in the late 1990's. ATSF 97 Was delivered to the Museum at their original location in Fair Park in Dallas, Texas ... (more)
The latest progress done on this restoration project. This engine was last seen in late September as it recently has been relocated for further restoration work.
ATSF 59L Facing restorations at the Museum of the American Railroad in Frisco, Texas.
It sits quietly on a warm spring early evening.