The view here is 100% Missouri Pacific Railroad, even if it was photographed 3 years after the UP-MP-WP merger date. 3 SD's off an inbound train are in the west end of #1 in Texarkana Yard, while ... (more)
Cabooses from the MP and CNW join a NW diesel in the Union Pacific Argo yard. Photo taken with permission.
Missouri Pacific 9007 sports the Union Pacific paint scheme as it leads an autorack train west towards the Blue Mountains.
A pair of MoPac six-axle EMDs are seen with a southbound intermodal train on the former C&EI. Tom Golden photo.
A pair of fresh MoPac GP50s are seen moving engine-lite along the former C&EI. Tom Golden photo.
A four-pack of Missouri Pacific EMDs are seen moving engine-lite along the former C&EI. Tom Golden photo.
Train AI is Texas bound on Missouri Pacific's Hoxie Sub racetrack running along old US Highway 67 in northeastern Arkansas just before sunset in April of 1985. The railroad was not out of sight mu... (more)
For the first 18 months after the MP-UP-WP merger, we in Texarkana didn't notice any major changes in locomotive assignments or paint schemes, as the non-dynamic brake equipped MP units generally ... (more)
The MP service track is showing a nice representation of EMD power, as a GP50, SD40, and an ex Rock Island GP38-2 pose for the photographer. The days of this paint scheme are numbered as we are al... (more)
Missouri Pacific train EFZ, the only daily freight on the former T&P between El Paso and Fort Worth at the time, is seen at Bagdad Siding on the west side of Abilene, TX. The leader was a Missouri... (more)
A nice shade of light pink, one of Missouri Pacific's scale cars is seen awaiting movement at Yard Center. Tom Golden photo.
Less than two months old, a single MoPac MP15DC is seen traversing the diamonds north of Yard Center. Tom Golden photo.
A Missouri Pacific snowplow at Yard Center awaiting winter's arrival. Tom Golden photo.
A pair of four-axle MoPac units are seen bringing a transfer into the B&OCT's Barr Yard. Tom Golden photo.
UP train ASKC is rolling thru the Grand Avenue plant in St. Louis with carloads of frames on the head end destined to one of the Kansas City vehicle assembly plants. There were still 2 assembly pl... (more)