A nicely matched pair of Missouri Pacific GP38-2s lead Union Pacific's PVSC (Provo - Salt Lake City) local freight at the junction point with the D&RGW at Lakota. At the time, local railfans were ... (more)
A trio of Missouri Pacific C36-7s lead Rio Grande coal train #734 approaching the mouth of Spanish Fork Canyon at Sutro. The 84 car Intermountain Power coal empty will load at Skyline on the Pleas... (more)
One of the more interesting trains I have witnessed along Union Pacific's Provo Subdivision is the one you see here. A Valmy coal train arrived at Provo from Sharp on April 28, 1985. Due to a crew... (more)
Fallen Flags The names of former Midwestern roads are still seen adorned on the sides of coal hoppers as these cars sit and wait for their next customer.
Five first-generation diesels, including 801 F7A and GP7s, have a Missouri Pacific freight bound for Austin and San Antonio on the roll at Marjorie, Texas on April 19, 1970.
An airplane has just taken off from Pueblo (Colo.'s) airport as Missouri Pacific's "Screamin' Eagle" on the side of GP-35 630 flies toward Pueblo with red ball freight No. 77 on April 15, 1967. ... (more)
Tom Golden photo.
The date is September 15, 1985, and it may be Union Pacific by this time, but the locomotive tracks at Yard Center in Dolton, Illinois, sure look like Missouri Pacific. And not a yellow one to be ... (more)
The infamous MoPac "War Wagon." Information below courtesy of J.D. Santucci from Trainweb:
In the Chicago area owing to some problems with a few of the neighbors and a Conductor getting robbed w... (more)