A set of Terminal Railway units sit read for there next assignment.
A trio of UP motors lead a freight east through Kansas City's West Bottoms as a train of autoracks bound for the NS approaches the connection to go up over the river.
A BNSF GP39M that is still wearing the BN paint well is the lone motor tasked with dragging cars out of Kemper Yard and up to Murray Yard across the river.
Back on former Missouri Pacific track. UP 1982 leads the QNPINP-1 by the sleepy, quaint, little rural town of Blackwater, Mo. It is bittersweet seeing 82 roll through these rural towns once servic... (more)
This oil train is pulling out of Gibb after a meet. I'm really not sure why the FRED is on the front of the train.
Freight moving west bound on the Hannibal Subdivision at Machens passing in front of the Portage de Sioux power plant.
Despite heading geographically southeast along the Mississippi River, this BNSF train is a railroad westbound on former Burlington tracks as it leaves Louisiana, Mo. In a few seconds it will clatt... (more)
A BNSF SD60M and GP39M are on the point of a transfer moving through Kansas City's West Bottoms. Oddly enough, this is a transfer bound for UP's Neff Yard that originated out of KCS's Knoche Yard.... (more)
Under puffy clouds, a BNSF train rolls west on the former Santa Fe Transcon.
A Union Pacific westbound rolls on BNSF trackage past the abandoned Santa Fe coaling tower at Marceline, Mo.
A light engine move rolls southbound along the Mississippi River at Hannibal, Mo., as seen from the Lover's Leap park just south of town.
A Norfolk Southern westbound has just crossed the Mississippi River and cruises past a paddle-wheel boat docked in Hannibal. Tom Sawyer's famous fence is just a block away.
A BNSF freight heads east on the former Santa Fe, passing the unused coaling tower in the Marceline yard.
A GEVO and ACe shove a loaded sand train over the massive Missouri River Bridge at Sibley. If I am not mistaken, this is the only remaining portion of single track left on the BNSF's CHI-LA Transc... (more)