The local livestock seem to have no interest in the four Arkansas & Missouri Alcos that are trundling over the Frog Bayou and past their pasture.
The Arkansas & Missouri Fort Smith Turn crosses the Frog Bayou at the 282 Swimming Hole near Mountainburg, Arkanses.
The Arkansas & Missouri Fort Smith Turn breaks out of the shadows as it negotiates the reverse curve at Winslow, Arkansas.
The Arkansas & Missouri Fort Smith Turn rolls through the small settlement of West Fork, Arkansas.
The Arkansas & Missouri Fort Smith Turn approaches a highway overpass at Greenland, Arkansas.
Arkansas & Missouri special train sponsored by the Boston Mountain Chapter NRHS brings its mixed train across Frog Bayou.
Arkansas & Missouri special train sponsored by the Boston Mountain Chapter NRHS emerges from the south portal of Winslow Tunnel.
C420s 64, 60, 66, 44, 46 ready for the road.
The engineer on the Arkansas & Midland invited us inside the cab to take photographs of the old Alco number 34. The train had stopped and was waiting for clearance to cross the Arkansas River bri... (more)
The southbound Monet turn storms through Exeter with A&M Alco's in charge.
There is still a little fall color here at West Fork as the northbound passenger train heads to Springdale.
Six Alco's are out of Springdale and headed for Fort Smith in this view from the late 1990's.
Twilight: Just about a week before A&M took delivery of its SD70ACe's, big ALCo lash up's were still the norm. Just after sunset a C424 and six C420's are readied at the shops area for a tr... (more)
Arkansas & Missouri’s Fort Smith Turn passes the Tyson Foods feed plant in Springdale, Arkansas shortly after getting underway.
A southbound Arkansas & Missouri passenger train exits Winslow Tunnel and Winslow, Arkansas, on October 22, 1995. The train is powered by A&M’s lone Alco RS-32 No. 42, which can trace its ancestry... (more)