A KCS "Dodger" was working Hughes Springs, TX
A westbound BNSF intermodal train passes a grain elevator on the outskirts of Amarillo, Texas, on June 16, 2012.
Galveston Railroad Museum's F-units pull away from the museum on their hurricane evacuation rehearsal special, passing the climately appropriate palm trees as they start navigating UP's tracks on ... (more)
TSE's rare Baldwin VO-1000 sits stored outside of their shops in Diboll. Maybe one day it will run again?
A northbound UP freight races away from a strong line of thunderstorms in central Texas, a welcome relief from the normal drought-like conditions.
Union Pacific wasn’t the only railroad which liked yellow paint — so did the Santa Fe. CF-7 2593 was just a month old after being rebuilt from F7 214C, and poses with its GP-7 brethren at Temple,... (more)
Just weeks before this photo, CF-7 2606 had been Santa Fe F7 220C, and still appears spotless on October 4, 1972 at Temple, Texas.
Two Santa Fe CF-7s and three F units tug on northbound tonnage near McGregor, Texas on March 11, 1973, headed for Ft. Worth and on to Oklahoma. Until seven months previous, CF-7 2609 had been pas... (more)
Santa Fe F7s and a CF-7 handle a westbound freight in central Texas near McGregor on Dec. 19, 1971, eight months after the passenger unit was bumped to freight by Amtrak.
After making a set-out at Goldthwaite, Texas, Santa Fe Extra 283C throttles up to resume its westward trip to Brownwood and further to the panhandle on June 19, 1971. Goldthwaite agency was close... (more)
The seventh CF-7 built, ATSF 2643 is in charge of the south local near Hoyte, Texas on Jan. 16, 1971, just days after it left the company’s Cleburne Shops. It originally was F7 270.
Amtrak train number one, the "Sunset Limited" was passing through Sierra Blanca, TX.