A pair of BNSF GEs shove the end of a Frac Sand train over the fly over.
A former Santa Fe SD40-2 splits an untouched set of Santa Fe searchlight signals at Santa Fe Junction. This train is the BNSF's Argentine to KCS's Knoche Yard transfer heading back to Argentine fr... (more)
A pair of MILW FM's led a westbound transfer headed to Santa Fe's Argentine yard near the old KCT roundhouse.
The famous Western Auto sign was placed atop this building in 1952 which served as that company's headquarters for many years. This 58 foot tall neon sign and has watched trains like the Q-NYCLAC... (more)
The 9083 and its fellow DPU mates continue to shove on this load of black diamonds as it heads through the BN Crossing and underneath the Argentine Flyover and Highline bridges. Just like the pho... (more)
A gray KCS painted 70MAC, which is starting to become a rarity these days, gets ready to pull out of the west bottoms on a flawless morning in Kansas City.
A single engine at the front and one near the end bring the Q KCNL south along the Pittsburg Sub as the train rolls through a nice broad curve in South Kansas City.
The BNSF Argentine Yard to KCS Knoche Yard transfer rolls through the West Bottoms behind a Ex BN GP39E and a Yellow and Blue Santa Fe SD40-2 and a Pair of KCS six axle locomotives. The tower in t... (more)
The KCS Knoche to Neff yard transfer makes the turn at Santa Fe Junction. The train lead by a pair of KCS Southern Belle painted big six axle locomotives and are seen splitting a pair of Searchlig... (more)
Never the same from one day to the next, Santa Fe’s Fast Mail Express, train 7 and its eastbound counterpart, train 8, were obliged by contract to carry all the mail the U.S Post Office presented ... (more)
Fresh painted Louisville and Indiana Railway 2006 in the company's Pennsylvania inspired paint scheme outside Mid America Car in Kansas City.
A trio of UP motors lead a freight east through Kansas City's West Bottoms as a train of autoracks bound for the NS approaches the connection to go up over the river.