The Texas-Mexican Railway received seven Whitcomb
boxcabs in 1939. These early diesels had four powered
axles mounted on a rigid frame. Electric power was
supplied by Westinghouse.
freshly shopped and painted TM power leads a westbound on KCS exL&A main near Gillis, TX
Thanks for the hospitality. These folks were proud of their railroad.
Thanks to the employees there that day for a very hospitable reception. They took pride in their company and that's always great to see.
Two Texas Mexican GP40-3s in their KCS liveries sandwich a "classic" TM geep in the grungy green and orange. Too bad these were on their way out when I had a chance to spend some time in Corpus C... (more)
One of the few, the proud, the GP28s. Not many built of this model, IC had most of them.
The way the Tex Mex used to look, before KCS. Westbound from Corpus Christi to Laredo.
Caught this train just as it was given directional authority from West Pelahatchie to East Brandon
A matched set of Texas Mexican GP40-3s, #s 1166/1167/1165 leave Corpus Christi.
KCS Westbound Freight Train at Jackson, Ms.
KCS Eastbound Freight Train at Delhi, La. on KCS'S Vicksburg Sub with a pair of Texas Mexican Railway GP40-3'S for power