Safety is very important. Each of these badges has a picture of its owner on the other side in case you don't know someone by name.
A west bound grainer at first light on the Hannibal Sub. It was a cold and damp morning, producing a lot of fog in the river bottoms.
A pair of BNSF SD40-2's head East on a local out of Rogersville on the Thayer Sub.
UP 1988 is on the point of a California-bound stack train moving west through Independence, MO on the Sedalia Sub.
Sunset is near as a BNSF grain train rolls up to the sprawling Santa Fe Junction.
Days appear to be numbered for these signals as they are split by an eastbound BNSF stack train.
It's just after sunrise as a westbound BNSF stack train with a single C4 on the rear passes some maintenance of way equipment working near Union Station.
A string of Herzog equipment moves eastward past Union Station during a break in the action.
It's a great October morning as an eastbound Union Pacific freight splits the signals at Union Station.
Shadows are growing long as a westbound Union Pacific freight approaches Union Station from the east.
The classic Western Auto building towers over a westbound BNSF stack train rolling under the main street bridge.
A BNSF grain train rolls westward under the main street bridge and passes Union Station late in the day.
A nice looking manifest train makes its way past one of the elevated signal sheds on the Hannibal Sub.
UP 844 eases its train east off the Highline and into Kansas City Union Station.
Thursday night, I ran out to KC to photograph the UP 844 coming into town with the PCVKC2 27 before going out to watch the Sporting KC-Seattle playoff match. The train in tow may have been lacklus... (more)