A westbound NS yard to Argentine yard transfer was coming off the Hannibal bridge into the "bottoms" area of Kansas City.
Green and yellow geeps are shown rolling 101 through the tiny Bourbon County village of Hiattville on a beautiful late winter afternoon. Behind the modern diesels is a big train, and they're runn... (more)
Its trip to Salina from the Colorado mainline at Gypsum almost over, a very short local crosses the through truss bridge over the Smoky Hill River. For many years MP ran scheduled local freights ... (more)
After UP took over WP, which had a diesel fleet of four-axle units, Omaha began operating the Feather River Route with the C-C units of that era - SD40s and Dash-2s and U30Cs and C30-7s. WP's B-B... (more)
On a beautiful Sunday afternoon, I caught NS train D70 running into Argentine behind this great looking ex-BN SD60M, the BNSF 1455. This train is a transfer from NS' Avondale Yard, and this photo ... (more)
The O-TOPDEN1 28 crawls slowly through Walton siding to let an Eastbound Z train pass on the main.
BNSF6158 leads the O-TOPDEN1 28 stopped in Newton, Kansas for a crew change.
On Friday, I photographed the BNSF 2909 switching out the Super Bowl special in the Topeka yard. Some of these cars would stay here over the weekend, until getting put back in the shops on Monday... (more)
Westbound UP grain empty Loring, KS.
ATSF local leaving the yard in Argentine.
Three FP45's bring an eastbound stack train into Argentine Yard, where one of the units was set out prior to continuing east.
CNW unit sitting in runaround Kansas City "Bottoms"
The Boeing job finishes up the week with a ex-BN SD40-2, BNSF 1968. This nights train only had the fuselages. None of the skyboxes. The Boeing job pulls out these Boeing 737's from Spirit Aerosyst... (more)
A tri-window SD60M dedicated to Roger Buchanan for his commitment to safety at the N. Little Rock, AR shops leads a train out of the Topeka, KS yard headed to Kansas City.
A Cimarron Valley local, led by former Rio Grande GP30 3023, crosses a small trestle a few miles southwest of Satanta, KS en route to Hugoton, KS on a very nice Spring afternoon.