The Colorado Eagle has departed Denver, and is heading south down the Joint Line toward Pueblo, where it will continue east toward St. Louis.
The Colorado Eagle heads south through Colorado Springs, around Labor Day, 1958 - a swollen end of summer vacation consist - E8A , two E7B's and another E8A. Normally this train would have... (more)
Man, that was a huge bird! Nice color sense though.
The early version of the great -2 on a great railroad. Remember the ACI label?
Nice example of one of the GP-18s built on trucks from trade in Alcos.
B23-7 #4680 is heading north, working the industries along Wetmore Road at San Antonio International Airport. This is North Loop Siding on the Missouri Pacific Austin Subdivision. Image was taken... (more)
This friendly engineer gave this lowly OT a tour of the yard and spotted the locomotive for a shot. I even had a short cab ride. Over the years I've lost his name, if you know it please add a co... (more)
5 baby boats! Very rare by this time to see this many old GEs in a solid lashup in Texas.
Ex WP GP40
Even though this buzz saw logo officially stopped turning in 1982, it's nice to see it proclaiming this hopper car's original owner and remind people that Mo-Pac still delivers.
Still passenger trains here, but no E units!
The Spring Cafe (right) advertised "The Best Food and the Slowest Service Anywhere!"