BNSF 4989 and two other motors lead an empty grain train bound for Attebury Grain Co a few miles away in Saginaw, TX. The train is crossing the middle bridge over the Trinity River in Ft. Worth.
Two UP engines, and un-patched SP5101 arriving Centennial yard from the BNSF transfer job. The yard was re named to Davidson yard in 2009 in honor of retiring CEO Richard Davidson.
Union Pacific empty rock train north bound in 2009 with a Stencil Survivor and this engine is still un-patched to this date in May 2013.
Ex CR 9422 switcher at the grain elevators between Ney Yard and the ex SP line. They now call the old SP line the NEY yard bypass.
A Forth Worth and Western freight accelarates west after a crew change.
Deconstruction of a U-Boat
On a perfectly dreary and rainy morning at Fort Worth, the power of Amtrak's Inter-American--a St. Louis to Laredo train at that time--is fueled and watered at the former Santa Fe passenger statio... (more)
The Dublin turn is getting out of town westward to Dublin TX on a nice Sunday afternoon.
All EMD's heading to Dublin TX.
Already repainted into FWWR colors. Ex GTW 6411, RMPX 6411, DTI 411
UP 1627 and 1630 move through Centennial Yard after dropping their transfer.
UP 1626 leads a leased GP, an AC44, and a 90/43MAC on a transfer bound for Centennial Yard. This transfer is crossing the middle bridge at the Trinity River crossing.
UP's "Triple Ace" leads an impressive light power move at Tower 55 in the mid-1990s.