Fort Worth & Western's Cresson Turn nears its namesake destination as it climbs the tough, but short grade out of Mustang Greek behind a trio of EMD products.
Overcast morning skies gave way to afternoon blue skies, just as Fort Worth and Western's Cresson Turn began their southbound trek. The locomotives notch up as they cross the Clear Fork Trinity Ri... (more)
Minutes before the sun set, FWWR 2001 leads the railroad's Carrollton turn back west to Fort Worth with one of the longest train I've personally seen down this line. Most of the cars are empty bul... (more)
The Fort Worth and Western Railroad and BNSF Railway put together a VIP train ride for their employees which ran on FWWR rails from Fort Worth, TX to Cresson, TX. Here, the train slowly reverses b... (more)
The Fort Worth and Western Railroad and BNSF Railway put together a VIP train ride for their employees which ran on FWWR rails from Fort Worth, TX to Cresson, TX. Here, the train crosses a trestle... (more)
Making lots of noise uphill, FWWR 2013 is at the lead of the Carrollton Turn heading east over new track for the TEXRail commuter rail project. With construction of track still underway this train... (more)
FWWR 2018 leads the Cresson Turn over the Mustang River and onwards along Texas 1042 near Winscott.
After the trek from Fort Worth south to Cresson, the FWWR's Cresson Turn is seen pulling its train through the yard to get it through before splitting the train for it to fit in the yard
Dublin Turn departing Hodge yard.
Six hours after leaving Fort Worth, FWWR 2016 is on the north end of the railroad's Cresson turn. Under the cover of darkness the crew was busy putting the train together for the return trip back ... (more)
Borrowed KCS and NS Power has been utilized by FWWR To send a few frac sand trains over to Texas Pacifico. The used locomotives are seen at one of the several loco tracks at the FWWR Hodge yard.