The Santa Fe F's shove their train eastbound on UP's passenger main from the Amtrak depot, approaching Tower 26 and their southbound turn toward Galveston.
Only feet from their new home, these Santa Fe F's move slowly over the lead to the museum accessed via UP's Galveston Yard.
A pair of Santa Fe painted F-units lead a special passenger train from Houston, TX to Galveston, TX to celebrate the re-opening of the Galveston Railroad Museum after Hurricane Ike. This special ... (more)
A trio of Ferromex GEVOs lead an eastbound out of the siding at Nolte on the Sunset Route east of San Antonio, TX.
UP's Katy heritage unit trails in this push-pull configuration as the SHOHO heads back to the Amtrak depot for another load of Boy Scouts.
Half of UP's heritage fleet pulls a short passenger special for the Boy Scouts on Houston, TX area terminal trackage. Beautiful weather and ample sunshine made the day even better.
A pair of 9043MACs leads an empty auto-rack train back to Mexico on UP's ex-MP Laredo Sub. Some interesting "autumn flowers" are showing up in south Texas now given recent rains and cooler weathe... (more)
A westbound coal train bound for San Antonio from the Powder River Basin reflects on itself at the small town of Seguin.
A nortbound mixed freight rolls up the Austin Sub over the Guadalupe as fisherman cast their lines and a water rescue team practices for the next emergency.
A BNSF freight bound for the Hondo Railway at Hondo, TX passes springtime wild flowers along the Sunset Route near rural Dunlay, TX.
While waiting for UP's E-Units on the 150th train, we were entertained by several freights including one with a patched SP AC44 as a DPU.
Another hot intermodal train for the LA Basin passes through the rural area between Barstow and Victorville, preparing for its descent of Cajon Pass.
ATSF 3751 with the Grand Canyon Limited begins the climb up Ash Hill on the final day back to Los Angeles.
ATSF 3751 with the Grand Canyon Limited nears the BNSF interchange at Cadiz and the end of the slow running over the AZRC.