UP 9200 (C40-8) visits the BNSF engine facility, along with a couple CEFX units in the back.
After making a setout in the intermodal terminal, a nice leader in the form of a standard cab Dash 8, ties back onto its train before departing.
A very ordinary occurence in 1994, another coal train heading south with bituminous for electricity.
I was back in town wondering why I ever left and caught this southbound with what they call "toasters" on the front.
The pair of engines that brought UP Train AASFX 18 into KC with the EMD on the point lay over in UP Quindaro Yard. In about 12 hours they will be headed back east, SD70M leading again, with the A... (more)
Recently released from Mid-America Car, returning to work on the UP, where it will likely be immediately released to the BNSF as horsepower hour payback. For now it sits in Track 7 at KCS Knoche ... (more)
As the snow is tapering off, a pair of Dash 8's kick up a little of that freshly fallen white stuff while they head back to the mine to reload.
UP C40-8 9176 leads MPRPB south through Dolton.
Enough to make a stealth fan smile, a study in blue and gray.
Some vintage power crosses Snake Hole Creek.
T-Birds have always been relatively easy to catch with them making a 10 mile run about every two hours. Running back and forth mine to plant, plant to mine, day and night, night and day. Here are ... (more)
A CSX southbound coal train glides through Morley through the tunnel and across the creek, led by a shiny YN3B Boxcar Logo standard cab.
View on the BNSF engine yard in Denver, with UP C40-8 # 9143 and BNSF SD70ACe # 9241 and SD70MAC # 9451.