Westbound nearing the city limits of Cresson on the former ATSF Dublin district to Dublin Texas.
The last rays of daylight highlight a now-rare operation in Fort Worth: Fort Worth & Western's "downtown job" servicing the final short stretch of street-running industrial trackage, reaching down... (more)
Fort Worth & Western's late afternoon "downtown job" crosses a fork of the Trinity River near Jacksboro Highway shortly before sunset, let by a former Rio Grande GP35 rebuilt as GP38-3 2000 and a ... (more)
Job Briefing- FWWR's 501 Crew Job Brief's one last time before this 3 man crew, and trio of Geep 50's, slips off into the humid darkness, pushing and pulling sand hoppers well into the dawn.
East bound leaving Cresson heading back to Ft Worth.
Heading to Dublin Texas
Four SD40's and a pair of GP38's are more than enough to move the eastbound Dublin Turn right along as they cross the former Santa Fe Lake Granbury bridge returning to Fort Worth. Frac drilling bu... (more)
Bound for Fort Worth, the Dublin Turn accelerates out of Dublin. Sadly, no Dublin Dr. Pepper is in its manifest, largely empty frac sand cars.
An early-running Dublin Turn descends westbound into the valley of the Paluxy River west of Tolar, Texas, behind a pair of GP38-3's and a quartet of SD40's.
A Forth Worth and Western freight accelarates west after a crew change.
205 cuts off there 9 cars further back and eases up to Cresson waiting on the Dublin turn to finish there work before entering Cresson yard.