An eastbound stack train accelerates after passing through Marceline on the BNSF Transcon.
The Rock Lives! Buried deep in the Lange-Stegmann Company grain facility in Saint Louis, Missouri, on October 3rd, 2014, was a real "WABAC Machine" moment - a string with eight (ex) Rock Is... (more)
Amtrak train #314, the eastbound Missouri River Runner, departs Hermann, Missouri, on October 5th, 2014 - and in the process it briefly drowns out the music from the town's Octoberfest cele... (more)
Metro East Industries leases the Manufacturers Railway Enginehouse.Parked outside is some UP oddballs awaiting engine changeout .Taken with permission to be on property!
2 of the few Foster Townsend switchers not formerly owned by the Manufacturers Railway rest on former MRS property. Taken with permission to be on property!
Daylight-ish? Saint Louis' Manufacturers Railway Company (owned by the Anheuser-Busch brewing company) was always a colorful railroad, but on October 2, 2011, Foster Townsend Rail Lo... (more)
Having completed its work for the day, RPCX SW1 738 ties down under the trainshed at Saint Louis Union Station on October 2nd, 2014. As Washington Terminal 738 (and later as Amtrak 738), this ven... (more)
CSXT 710, and a UP C40-8, are on the point of an auto rack train that has pulled into Jeff City yard for a crew change at the former Missouri Pacific station.
One of an increasing number of oil trains rolling south at Apex on the Hannibal Sub.
Amtrak's Ph. II hertiage engine leads the morning eastbound River Runner through the quiet little town of Otterville as it heads east toward Jefferson City and then continuing on to St Louis.
Not 1, 2, or 3... but 4 Union Pacific 3-window SD60M's are on the point of a freight heading for UP's Neff Yard in Kansas City, Missouri.
I arrived at this location on the Hannibal Sub just before dawn and waited a little more than half an hour for this monster 400 axle mixed freight coming directly into the sun. Some days are bett... (more)
A nice executive at dawn on the Hannibal Sub.
A varied mix of power leads a transfer up the hill from Lesperance Street Yard .