GWWR 2036 is the sole survivor on this empty rock train waiting for a rested crew.
Still sporting its GWWR paint waiting for a crew to pull a long string of HERZOG rock hoppers.
One of the few "Bumble Bee" Gateway Western locomotives waits for a new crew to take the train out of Shreveport.
*** DISCLAIMER *** I have gotten email claiming this is GWWR 2041, and 2044. The notes on my slide mount indicate 2048, taken from the fact the nose and cab scraps were in the gon behind the flat... (more)
eastbound KC to StLouis train
Gateway Western SW1500 (ex-P&LE) switching cars at East St. Louis.
KCS switchers pause while switching industries in southwest Shreveport.
This is probably one of the last GWWR units left on the KCS.You can still Chicago, Missouri and Western lettering on her.She does'nt look good but is good unit according to an engineer buddy I kno... (more)
One of the few remaining Gateway Western units left on the KCS is seen resting at East St. Louis.
A bumblebee heads north under the TRRA's tracks near Hole-In-The-Wall after the conductor lined the switch....
On a cool summer evening, GWWR 1504 waits to shove back into the KCS E. St. Louis yard on the Ethol switch job. Canon 350D.
2 of the few remaining Gateway Western motors are coupled together at the former GWWR facility.
A Rare Consist these days, 2 of the 4 remaining Gateway Western painted locos paired together.They are seen taking a transfer from East St. Louis to The NS at Madison Ill.