Terminal Railroad Job heading for BNSF Lindenwood Yard with a 95 car train.Seen here on the Highline in downtown St. Louis .
Backing up to switch Mifflin yard.
Utah Railway's RUT312 local meets a Utah Transit Authority FrontRunner commute at UP North Yard in Salt Lake City.
Rolling east on the block of the companion RUT311 local, Utah Railway's RUT312 crosses 2nd South street in Salt Lake City with 11 cars. Note the friendly wave from the engineer.
With so many repainted units on the property, the Utah Railway is looking a lot more Genesee & Wyoming these days. Here engineer Stu pilots the RUT311 local through Grant Tower, bound for Midvale ... (more)
Side by side TRRA jobs work the southend of Madison Yard.The #3004 is working the southend trimmer job while the #2004 and mates are power for job #101 which will take a transfer to the A&S .
Savage Bingham & Garfield's attractive GP38-3s await a nocturnal call to duty along UTA's Mid-Jordan light rail route west of Midvale Yard.
Utah Railway 2003 is the fourth GP38-3 delivered from a rebuild and repaint (with G&W livery) at Panama City, Florida. Three GP38-2s now remain in the classic Utah Railway gray and gold paint (UR ... (more)
TRRA transfer to the BNSF at Lindenwood Yard, seen here on the BNSF rails at Hampron Avenue.
After waiting on Main 3 at CP C784 for two, Utah Railway's RUT311 local departs Salt Lake City with nine cars for Midvale.
4 TRRA geeps lead a #101 towards BNSF Lindenwood Yard.Seen here running on the Highline with Lacledes Landing and Lumiere Place Casino in the background.This view is from atop the Eads bridge.
A good mix of TRRA power is being used to move this 85 car #101 job to BNSF Lindenwood Yard.This is new traffic for the TRRA as BNSF used to handle this interchange.
This Terminal Railroad job is hustling 3 private cars towards the St. Louis Amtrak station.These cars get stored in Granite City Illinois and get moved by the TRRA when the owners move them.
This is the first non blue L&C train I have seen or shot. Since going diesel in the 1940s, they've had blue GE 70 tonners, EMD end cabs and GPs. Even their LLPX, HLCX and GMTX leasors have been bl... (more)