UP GEVO No. 7763 and her mates have just cut off their train at the receiving yard and are now heading for the servicing facilities.
A pair of EMDs pushes a long string of cars over the hump and into the yard for classifying.
A UP southbounbd out of Davidson Yard turns the corner at Tower 55 as other trains wait for it to clear.
BNSF Dash 9 No. 4025 seems to tilt slightly to its left as it steps onto Main Two headed for the UP's Midlothian Sub.
As the DPU on a westbound stack train clears the diamonds, a southbound turns the corner from Davidson Yard to head down the Midlothian Sub.
As one BNSF coal load heads for UP's Midlothian Sub, another heads down its own rail on the Ft. Worth Sub.
Two freshly painted GP38-2s head north at Tower 55.
As a UP northbound waits in the Ney Bypass, one BNSF freight heads down UP's Midlothian Sub while another heads north on BNSF's Ft. Worth Sub at Tower 55.
A short military extra proceeds south on the BNSF at Tower 55 with a UP SD70M for power.
A Fort Worth & Western heads south down a branch line toward a major industry.
A trio of Dash 9s leads a heavy rock train over the Trinity River at Tower 60 at sunset.
Fort Worth & Western No. 2003 leads a long freight northward on one of the three main line tracks at Tower 60.
Laying a little sand , BNSF 9233 along with BNSF 8972 work hard to get their loaded coal train moving. SD70ACe 9241 and ES44AC 6158 pushing on the rear.
UP 4141 leads a southbound manifest train out of Fort Worth Texas back when you could see it run regularly before it went to storage at Jenks.
Gone but not forgotten...