ATSF 59L Facing restorations at the Museum of the American Railroad in Frisco, Texas.
It sits quietly on a warm spring early evening.
Amtrak exhibit train at the Museum of the American Railroad
Aside from some fading from the scorching Texas sun. ATSF M-160 doesn't look to bad for being 84 years old. M-160 began it's career in 1931 before being retired in 1966. Donated to the Museum of t... (more)
What were the latest pieces moved as of early April 2013, Frisco 2-10-0 #1625 and Dallas Union Terminal 0-6-0 #7 had been successfully unloaded from their flat cars and were on the new RIP track b... (more)
Here's your sign: A former Santa Fe C40-8W leads a mixed freight through the thriving Dallas suburb of Frisco with the last remnants of snow from the previous weekend quickly melting around... (more)
With all but one final piece to be moved, The Museum of the American Railroad's impressive collection of equipment rests on the two tracks at the musuem's new 12 acre facility. A former Canadian N... (more)
My wife is checking out the caboose at the new Frisco rail museum.
The Doodlebug at The Museum of the American Railroad. And this bug still runs.
The Museum of the American Railroad new location in Frisco has the Doodlebug parked for perfect morning roster photo.
In pretty rough shape ...
Hilltop rock train heading to Irving TX.