When my father would see his Uncle Rob, he would usually give my father a new Baldwin Locomotive Works Builder's Card. Robert S. McKee, Sr. worked for Baldwin as a design engineer, so Uncle Rob ha... (more)
Mopac's Eagle looks like it's outbound to Pueblo with lots of head end traffic on KCT trackage. KC Municipal Stadium lights are seen in the distance, home of the A's and where the Beatles played b... (more)
An empty Missouri Pacific coal train with a DB equipped 6000 series leader is seen from the Cahokia Airport overpass just south of Valley Junction, IL.
Missouri Pacific SD40s Nos. 3088 and 3080, along with SD40-2 No. 3134 rest at Yard Center locomotive facility at Dolton, Illinois, on September 15, 1985.
Three new Mo-Pac Truck Lines, Inc. International tractors wait to go to work at Missouri Pacific’s Yard Center intermodal yard at Dolton, Illinois, on September 15, 1985.
Train CFZ, the hottest thing on wheels on this portion of the Missouri Pacific RR, is about 20 miles out of Texarkana and will arrive in Ft. Worth around sunset after making setouts in Dallas and ... (more)
At this time train EFZ was the only daily eastbound MoPac train operating between El Paso and Fort Worth on the former T&P west end. SP run thru power was commonplace on this train. Clyde siding i... (more)
Missouri Pacific EMD E8(A) No.35 leads train 12 The Colorado Eagle at Colorado Springs, Colorado in July 1964. The 35 is a former Texas & Pacific unit.
Missouri Pacific Alco RS-3 982, and MP GP7 235 at Lees Summit, Missouri in September 1964.
Southbound transfer run at Tower 55. 4-15-1980
Train DFZ is southbound on the double track at Mandeville, AR, just north of Texarkana.
An Armour Yellow MoPac SD50 awaits its next assignment at the former C&EI Yard Center. Tom Golden photo.
Led by a pair of EMDs, six brand new MoPac GE B30-7As are seen heading south from Yard Center on their first revenue run. Tom Golden photo.