BNSF 116 South charges out of Ney Yard and diagonally across a city street as it heads onto the UP's MIdlothian Sub.
Amtrak train No. 21 gets into position on the UP to back into the Fort Worth Transportation Center as an empty coal load waits on the Ney Bypass.
As a southbound coal load changes crews on Main One, the conductor of a local holding on Main Two dismounts to throw the switch that will take his short train into Ney Yard.
At dusk, a BNSF coal empty approaches Tower 55 alongisde a UP empty coal train headed in the same direction on the Ney Bypass.
The Dublin Turn struggles to get out of town with five units.
A southbound UP coal load passes Tower 55 on its way to central or south Texas.
A pair of DPUs shove hard on a loaded BNSF coal train at Tower 55 that's fighting a slight grade as it heads south.
With the main line tracks of the T&P in the foreground, UP 2450 heads north on the Choctaw Sub.
A northbound UP manifest makes its way up the bypass toward Tower 55 next to an empty BNSF grain train on the adjacent track.
A Dash 9 in aging Santa Fe paint leads an empty unit grain train northward past Birds siding toward Tower 55.
The northbound Heartland Flyer prepares to depart Ft. Worth.
The southbound Texas Eagle passes Tower 55 as it begins its trip from Ft. Worth to San Antonio.
BNSF 5880 South, a coal train out of the PRB, bears down on the north switch of Birds siding in Fort Worth just before sunset.
UP 6618 South, a coal load out of the PRB, bears down on a local coming north from Ney Yard as a coal empty makes its way onto the Choctaw Sub in the distance.
A GP38AC leads a transfer run from Garrett Yard in Arlington around a BNSF stack train holding just east of Tower 55.