Historic UP meets modern UP as a St. Louis bound freight is overtaken by the 3985 at track speed just a few mile away from its destination in downtown St. Louis. Canon 350D.
Two Foster Townsend Rail Logistics switchers, one in the old Manufacturers Railway colors and one in the new FTRL color scheme, sit outside the gorgeous old Manufacturers Railway shops on Arsenal ... (more)
Heritage unit #822 leads the northbound Texas Eagle into the depot at St. Louis.The old Tower once controlled the approach to Union Station, now a mostly vacant shopping mall.
Smoke from St. Louis' spectacular fireworks creates an eerie effect with the yard lights on 4th of July, the on duty crews at Lesperance had a good view of the show. Happy Birthday America! Canon ... (more)
UP Pacific Local climbs up the hill at Rutger Street with a short 2 car train .
Nifty looking FTRL power resting near the shops.
UP 1964 Is preparing to leave 12ave yard in Saint Louis and lead a transfer Back to Alton and Southern Yard in East Saint Louis Illinois. In the consist is a former Cotton Belt GP60.
From the Silver Rails Gallery Collection: Plenty of action this day at Saint Louis Union Station. Pennsy 5539 is in the company of a GM&O heavyweight passenger train, many cars of baggage and mail... (more)
A pair of veteran TRRA motors drag the 201 Lindenwood transfer down the St. Louis riverfront.
With the St. Louis skyline in the background a pair of veteran TRRA 6 axles notch out 201 as it heads for BNSF Lindenwood yard.
A former Manufacturers Railway Switcher trundles down Dorcas Street and across Broadway with empty barely cars from the Brewery.
A rare trio of matching UP geeps lead a transfer in downtown St.Louis .
A loaded coal train passes just south of downtown St. Louis and heads up to the MacArthur Bridge. This is the DPU pushing on the rear.
A unit train is pulling up to swap crews at Baden, passing the front yards of Antelope Street. This block of houses has quite the front porch view of rail activity, although only a handful of trai... (more)