NS 132 approaches CP Rowan with a rather dirty KCS SD70ACe leading the way.
Northbound sand with a duo of belles
Kansas City Southern's Tupelo-based local receives track authority to head onto BNSF's Birmingham Subdivision to pick up a cut of cars bound for Artesia, Mississippi and points west.
Yard and local power fills the service track at Knoche Yard, a joint agency yard shared by both the KCS and MILW. The KCS SW-7's carry the smallest cab numbers that I have seen on any railroad.
The KCS Sulphur Springs local is off to pick up the lignite unit train for Winfield with an unusual consist this morning, consisting of 2 GP30's, an F7B slug, an F7A, and a GP7, all facing backwar... (more)
Southbound. KCS603 was originally built as C&NW 881 in 1966, w/o dynamic brakes.
The westbound Sulphur Springs local with the empty lignite train is stretched out over the East Texas hogbacks
The typical pair of KCS SD70ACes' rest at the east end of High Oak Yard.
KCS 4057 is in need of new paint... no that's no photoshop on the front of this engine. It looks more like someone took a red crayon or spray paint and filled in the letters.
A feed train from Kansas City to Mason City is crossing the Maquoketa River just north of Green island. These trains were an agreement between the IC&E and KCS to supply grain trains for chicken f... (more)
KCS 2853 a former GP40-2 now GP40-3 comes through Downtown Shreveport on this local with wide arrangement of power
After leading KCS Train B-PAKC-19 into town today, the A-B-A F-Units slumber the night away in the Business Car Track at KCS Knoche Yard. They'll head back south on Saturday as the B-KCSH-21.