BNSF 8947 and an ACe lead an empty Kansas City Power and Light coal train up around the Gooseneck toward the Hannibal Bridge over the Missouri River.
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KCS 1 leads this southbound Lexington Group special just north of Amsterdam.
KCS 1 is in the siding at Amsterdam making a reverse move to head back to Kansas City.
NS 5511 leads this transfer to the KCS as it nears Knoche Yard.
BNSF 1067 leads its train down the St Joe line towards Kansas City in the early morning.
2 brand new 9000 series EMD SD70ACe's bring up the rear of this BNSF coal load as it passes under the 12th street bridge.
BNSF 6033 leads an Officer's Special eastbound through West Volts, at Birmingham, MO.
A transfer works though the West Bottoms area of KC.
A BNSF oil train moving east at Dalbow Road near O'Fallon, Missouri.
The Kansas City Southern business train basks in the autumn sunlight after returning to Union Station with a round-trip excursion.
A nice old dash 9 pulling out of Elsberry in the morning sun.
KCT's "Bananas", led by WAMX 3852, lead a transfer back toward Mill St. Yard while a BNSF grain train continues south toward Argentine Yard.
Kansas City Southern's business train lead by KCS 1 leads the Lexington Group Special south along the Pittsburg Sub south of Grandview.
The day is almost over as a GE convertible shoves a loaded coal train over the Meramec River at Sherman Beach Park.