The Norfolk & Western heritage leads double stacks bound for the NS at Ashland Avenue in Chicago under a classic ex-ATSF cantilever signal bridge.
At last light, an eastbound Z train screams through Lomax and under the classic ATSF cantilever.
The clouds drift by as red glow from the sunset shows under the cloud line on these ex-Santa Fe cantilever signals at Lomax. Lomax is located 15 miles east of Ft. Madison, IA.
BNSF 7463 leads a eastbound BNSF stack train under a classic ATSF cantilever signal bridge at Lomax,IL. 7/24/10
Ex-Santa Fe Warbonnet painted units are starting to get on the rare side. Which is probably good because alot of them are starting to look like this old girl. Here an eastbound stack train is 16 m... (more)
Rolling thru the town of Lomax and Jct. with the old TP&W at track speed.
It is 02:30 in the morning and the BNSF Chillicothe Sub is all quite for now. Here the east end of Lomax is all red. The track on the right is the connection with the TPW that isn't used anymore. ... (more)
The lowly 133 train, Chi-KC manifest, rolls west through the crossovers at Lomax. Tucked into the consist are brand new 900-series warbonnets.
On late summer eve, the TP&W road freight passes the fixed approach blade warning westbounds of the approach to the junction of the SF main at Lomax.
Waycar of eastbound Santa Fe freight against the setting sun.
Run through Westbound train on the Santa Fe lead by DB-less ex-NYC GP30 #2188.
Westbound TP&W train enters Santa Fe trackage at Lomax, IL.
Silhouette of ex NYC F7's on Westbound Santa Fe train approaching FT. Madison.