Look closely and you can see trains on four levels
Union Pacifics local that works west to Pacific MO climbs the elevated trackage in downtown St. Louis.
An Alton & Southern transfer climbs the west approach of the MacArthur Bridge behinds the roads pair of Geeps.They will be home at Gateway Yard in Illinois in roughly 4 miles.
A Grain Train off the Norfolk Southern is on its final miles of its journey to a grain facility in South Saint Louis. The Locomotive Consist was a Former CP Now DME SD40-3 a CP SD40-2 and a NS OLS... (more)
The CNW heritage unit rests on the western approach to the MacArthur bridge on the point of an Alton and Southern employee excursion while manifest freight MASNP approaches on the other track with... (more)
Set the controls for Roanoke!
Here we see the controls of the sole survivor of Norfolk & Western's amazing Y6 class of 2-8-8-2 freight locomotives. Right now this immaculately preserved machine... (more)
Terminal Railroad Association 2005 and 2004 sit on display for National Train Day at St. Louis Union Station.
An electic mix of power leads a transfer up the hill from Lesperance street yard.
Union Pacific transfer job YSL53 light power drops down the elevated trackage towards Lesperance Street Yard.
A&S job heading into UP 12th street yard to grab interchange.
NS ballast loads loaded on the UP wait to depart 12th street yard.
A good looking trio of power leads a transfer up the hill from Lesperance Street Yard to 12th Street Yard.
Norfolk and Western 2-8-8-2 Y6a #2156 stands magnificently under the canopy at the Museum of Transportation in St. Louis. The sole survivor of the Y6 class, this powerful giant once applied brute ... (more)
DME 6087 Leads what was NS Train 40E Through Grand Ave, Heading for a Grain Facility in South Saint Louis, on Union Pacific's Oak Hill Branch.