A loaded coal train comes of BNSF's Frisco Bridge as it rounds the curve entering Memphis at Kentucky Street.
Working the hump in CN's Harrison Yard.
A southbound empty auto comes down the Canadian National Single Track from the UP.
RJC GP9 Nº9005 slumbers away along with GP16 Nº1606 in Memphis, Tn.
In the lead Frisco EMD FP7 5051,with F3(B) 5117, F7(B) 5123, Alco FB-1 5309 and FP7 5043.
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After its station stop IC’s northbound “City of New Orleans” winds its way out of Memphis, Tenn.
A couple of maintainers wait in the clear on their motor car as L&N EMD switchers 2252 and 2263 make a transfer run at a busy interlocking at Memphis, Tenn
Illinois Central’s northbound “City of New Orleans” arrives Memphis, Tenn. on June 3, 1963.
Nothing special at all, just a northbound CN/IC manifest with CN SD70M-2 8939 departing Memphis and seen from the Elvis Presley BLVD overpass.
An Illinois Central Gulf freight creeps into the yard in Memphis, Tennessee, on June 11th, 1983. ICG GP11 8743 (the former IC GP9 9206) is on the point.
A short Illinois Central Gulf local, powered by SW14 1436 (originally Illinois Central NW2 1013, rebuilt in 1980), is seen in Memphis, Tennessee, on the last day of February in 1983.