A DPU on a UP stack train shoves its train past Dallas Union Station and the Reunion Square area.
A brilliant setting sun illuminates a westbound manifest crawling out of the Dallas skyline with a full moon lingering over, preparing to offer a brilliant illumination of its own.
No.600, the first of 70 Texas type locomotives which
served the Texas and Pacific, is seen westbound nearing
Dallas Union Station.
Early one morning at Dallas Union Station, No.906 prepares
to back onto train No.15, The Texan, and head west for
Its 5:00 PM departure time from Dallas Union Station has
arrived, and the Sam Houston Zephyr is on its way. The
283 miles to Houston lie ahead. The Southern Pacific
Sunbeam is scheduled to le... (more)
Early one morning 2-10-2 No.524 is viewed from the
Commerce Street Viaduct as it heads east past Dallas
Union Station with a work train. The wye seen beyond the
train has been replaced by Reu... (more)
The brakeman seems to be acting out his impression of
The Thinker by Rodin.
Things are relatively quiet at Dallas Union Station as No.601
moves east. Lima delivered 10 locomotives of this wheel
arrangement in 1925, and by 1929 a total of 70 were in
service. Hence the... (more)
Dallas Union Station was a busy place in 1948. One summer afternoon the north and west Texas section of the Sunshine Special
leaves on its way to St. Louis. The train will later be known as the ... (more)
Newer power has arrived at KCS Dallas yard that replaced the aging GP16 fleet.
DGNO Garland turn with a UP leader departing KCS Dallas yard for UP Miller yard.