Blazing hot weather sees a brace of 6 Katy locomotives approaching the Tower 55 diamond from the north.
A brace of Katy SD40-2s head light over the diamonds at Tower 55.
Where else can you find 56 year old MKT geeps, an F-unit, an F40c, Alaska GP38-2s and a whole bunch of switchers all in one place, today?
Two Katy GP40s bracketing a GP39-2, newly acquired from Kennecott Copper, work north from New Braunfels toward San Marcos.
MKT power was a fairly common sight on the MILW Chi-KC route, here a set gets serviced at Nahant.
Too bad these don't roam the rails anymore ...
It looks like she's been crying rusty tears ...
I've never seen an MKT logo with this "wording" before.
Resting in peace we have the last active MKT F engine before the UP merger now on display with the MKT Denison depot in the background now a railroad museum.
Katy 185 faces west, passing the I-10 Knox Truck Stop in San Felipe, TX.
I circled until the grain train pulled into the picture (upper right side).
Taken from 1500ft AGL. Canon EOS 20D.
Taken from C-208 "Caravan" @ 1000 ft AGL. Canon EOS 20D