Featuring a deturbo’d rebuilt GP40, the engine terminal has a bunch of beauties. BTW, Thanks for the hospitality TRRA.
From B&O to UP to KCS etc. this units is still serving and dazzling railfan photographers.
From drab beginning as a NYC GP40 to a superstar of the Gateway.
NKP 765 is talking stack as it climbs the east approach to Merchants Bridge.
A Terminal 6 axle EMD duo leads TRRA Train 201 up over Illinois Route 3 using the Merchants Bridge on its way to NS Luther Yard in St. Louis from TRRA Madison Yard. The lead unit is Ex-SP 8515, a... (more)
Venice IL Aug 6 1976 -- Union Electric Lines 7 (left) and 4 are examples of fireless cookers. No 7 has already lost its headlight but still has its generator.
VENICE ILL Aug 3 1976 -- Union Electric Lines fireless cooker No. 2 is decorated on the front with a smiley face and the words Charley's Baby. Corrections and more information welcome.
A classic high hood GP38-2 leads a short transfer through WR in Venice, IL.
Fresh out of paint in the Bosses favorite colors is GP40 #2064.Shes wearing the #2302 for an event.This unit used to wear tattered MILW bandit paint.
Pipe moves in by rail and out by truck here at Americas Central Port.Our IT painted SD40-2 is tied onto to some loads as a truck of outbound pipe rolls out.
Several Terminal Railroad GP38-3 locomotives resting in their Venice yard.
Rolling through Terminal Railroad Association of Saint Louis' Madison Yard in Venice, Illinois, is TRRA SD40-2 3006 (and 3002). This sharp-looking engine was built by EMD in July 1979 as Union Pa... (more)
A pair of TRRA SD40-2's working the hump at Madison Yard