The Illinois Terminal heritage unit and NS 2525, a standard cab SD70, prepare to back into the locomotive servicing facilities at Luther Yard after bringing 17 autoracks in from the GM plant in We... (more)
Under the arch.
BNSF 9250 Is the DPU On a Westbound Coal Train, Nearing Lindenwood Yard.
A decent lashup brings the HGALMEM south at Downtown St Louis.
An Executive SD70MAC and the Gateway Arch...
Triplecrown #240 at left and stacks/rack train #285 await departure from Luther Yard.
The IT unit is on point of inbound D67 from Wentzville.Sadly the power was taken off here, instead of the usual practice of running on to TRRA Madison Yard.
A scene that can't be repeated today shows the "Manny" running south down 2nd street with a single boxcar in tow.
A colorful trio of geeps lead a transfer from Lesperance Street Yard up to 12th street yard.
BNSF 9650 Heads North Through Market Street, and takes the Turn out to the K Line which takes the train onto BNSF Trackage for its journey Back to the Oil Fields in North Dakota.
An HLCX SW1504 Leads a Central Midland Railway Transfer to the TRRA, Seen Here at Geraldine Ave.
Pretty pink pair. Well, maybe they're not pretty, but these two reactivated former ATSF Warbonnnet Dash 8s, seen drifting back to their train after setting out a couple of covered hoppers, ... (more)
BNSF Office car special running the highline at Lacledes Landing.They brought in BNSF officials into town for a Cardinals game and overnight stay in STL.
Shipwrecked. For 19 years, this relic from the past had been a landmark at this spot on the bank of the Mississippi River south of St. Louis. Its journey here makes an interesting tale. It ... (more)
Back in the days when the MRS still hauled beer in RBL boxcars out of the St. Louis brewery.The #251 handles a single load from the underground facility where the beer was loaded.