Morning time at the Waterloo roundhouse. If things are on time, most mornings will find the most power at Waterloo as the railroad prepares for the normal departures of trains. On the far left wil... (more)
The daily Waterloo to Chicago freight train is already 35 miles into their trip out of Waterloo. Today the train is chasing down a U704 that is 15 miles ahead of them. An eastbound out of Waterloo... (more)
A long manifest rounds the sweeping curves of N Guam NM in the late afternoon, with sleet and rain storms building up just beyond the cliffs in the distance.
Morning storm clouds threaten to rain on the partnership between the UP and the BNSF. These units have been serviced and will head to the Denver Yard and to a waiting freight.
A quartet of BNSF GE's lead a stack train over the Flyover from Argentine Yard down to the KCT mainline as the train heads for the Marceline Sub toward Chicago.
Victims of the sluggish economy, dozens of units sit in Corwith, laid up in good order.