The Frisco crew sits on spot while awaiting to make a pickup at the Chrysler plant in Fenton, MO. The plant closed in 2009.
Frisco 1630 heads past signal 91 at IRM, smoking it up a bit.
St. Louis-San Francisco (Frisco) 1522 sit quietly out of the elements at the Museum of Transportation of St. Louis , and is a forever star to St. Louis, and railfan's every where. SLSF 1522 was bu... (more)
From the cab of the Sunnyland. I don't see many passengers waiting. Note the train order board shows orders so the firemen had to go into the depot and get them. Look closely, it looks l... (more)
Frisco 1630 backs towards the main at the IRM.
HOLDENVILLE OK July 10 1978 -- Frisco GP35 725 is the lead unit in a lashup that has cut off its southbound train and left it in the background north of the Rock Island crossing. The locomotives h... (more)
SASAKWA OK May 1974 -- Two SD45s handle the headend of an autorack train. Open auto racks were still a common sight.
KANSAS CITY KS March 10 1979 -- Frisco U25B 821, GP38-2s 471 and 677 round a curve. The 821 was part of an order of U25Bs which were the first new units delivered in Mandarin orange and white. KC ... (more)
Frisco 1630 heads along the IRM mainline in Union.
Frisco 1630 heads out onto IRM’s mainline during the annual Museum Showcase Weekend. IRM operates trains over approximately four miles of track on a former interurban line. The line is signaled, e... (more)
Frisco power is sharing the MP ready tracks on the south side of the diesel shop in Missouri Pacific's Centennial Yard, formerly known as Lancaster Yard, and now called Davidson Yard.
Commonwealth Edison 4, a 1911 Alco-GE Steeplecab, passes Frisco 2-10-0 1630 at Johnson Siding.
1630 is being fired up at Union in the company of Southern Pacific (T&NO) 2-10-2 No. 975. The latter, donated to the city of Beaumont, Texas, in 1957, would have certainly been scrapped had IRM n... (more)
1630 smokes it up at Seeman Road with the coach train consist in tow.
Frisco #1522 at the Museum of Transportation, Kirkwood, Missouri