OK&T freight waits at East Salina for a UP local to clear. From this point to Abilene, Santa Fe and OK&T ran over UP's Kansas Pacific.
A very, very long line of stored Missouri Pacific power in the Fort Worth Centennial Yard.
Missouri Pacific caboose 13603 sits in the Union Pacific Argo Yard.
Three brand-new Missouri Pacific EMD SD50 locomotives power a coal train at Dupo, Missouri, in December 1984. Dupo is located south of St. Louis on the Illinois side of the Mississippi River.
Southland movie starMissouri Pacific EMD GP38-2 No. 2377 rests at Yard Center locomotive facility at Dolton, Illinois, on August 10, 1986, after starring in a movie disguised as Southla... (more)
Train #153 is in the hole for a Z train to pass, while MoW has to wait a bit longer to replace some switch ties the old fashion way (by hand) under the west switch at Bivins. The open switch lock ... (more)
A pair of Missouri Pacific six-axle EMDs are seen moving engine lite in the yard in Dupo. Tom Bowers photo
Missouri Pacific power leads Union Pacific train MF (Memphis to Fort Worth) as it approaches the stop for the crew change in Texarkana. The signals on the semaphore are distant approach signals, w... (more)
The crew of Missouri Pacific's Topeka Local works the Overbrook elevator on MP's Topeka Branch while enroute back to Osawatomie. "Oz" was the Kansas Division headquarters at the time. The GP38-2 t... (more)
Missouri Pacific SD40-2 3306 and Union Pacific B23-7 257, former MP 4667.
The 6000-series (6000-6078), equipped with dynamic brakes, for coal service. They were designated as "SD40-2c" by Missouri Pacific.
The MoPac bought only four SW1500's and were all mated with slugs, 1521 is mated with slug 1420 which was once an SW9.
Missouri Pacific GE C36-7's 9012 and 9007 leading a W/B trailer train west of Cheyenne, Wyoming on December 03, 1986.
Missouri Pacific GE U30C 2995 "screaming eagles", 3000hp built 01/74. The big GE wore two previous numbers T&P 3330, MP 3330 and will be assigned one more (UP 2995) that it will never w... (more)
Four Missouri Pacific SD40-2's. The 6000-series (6000-6073) were equipped with dynamic brakes, for coal service. The total count of 74 units, were designated as "SD40-2c" by MoPac.