With the weather warming up and trees getting green back on them,shots like these are possible.Here we see Norfolk Southern 9138 leading a auto-rack train destine for Kansas City,MO.
With impending storms darkening the sky, a crude oil train comes through the North Market Interlocking. Behind the locomotive is the western tower for the brand new cable-stayed Stan Musial Vetera... (more)
1/3 of UP's heritage fleet congregates at Maplewood, MO, as the Rio Grande unit, serving as the DPU on Dupo, IL, bound intermodal KLBDU 20, meets the WP unit resting on the point of coal train CBT... (more)
In a scene repeated time and time again, BNSF 4003 leads a train past the former Santa Fe station in La Plata, now used as a station stop for Amtrak's Southwest Chief.
Amtrak 822 & 156 leads a three and a half hour late #4 Southwest Chief into Kansas City Union Station at Kansas City Missouri.
MNA 751 is the lone engine in charge of switching the MNA's Springfield Branch. This line was originally a MoPac branch that spurred off from the White River line, but has since been abandoned sou... (more)
By the mid 1980s, through traffic on MKT's St Louis line was down to one or two trains in each direction most days. At Eve, Katy had a long fill that lifted their line over the KCS mainline. Aft... (more)
MKCVN crossing the 114 year old through-truss span over the Little Blue River.
A lone GP60, running long hood forward, is in charge of short turn that has just crossed the Birmingham Diamonds as it finishes its run back to Kansas City.
A BNSF stack train makes every bit of track speed as it passes under the MO Rte 13 bridge at Henrietta. It was eerie to feel the entire bridge shake as the train passed underneath.
UP 1983, the Western Pacific Heritage Engine, is on the point of a westbound empty coal train that blasting through the Sub's namesake town of Sedalia and under the recently rehabbed Washington St... (more)
A ballast train resting in 12th street yard on Easter Morning.
One of the few remaining SOO SD60s pays a visit to ST.Louis after bringing a train of oats to the Intelgrani Mill in South St. Louis.