Pulling cars out of the Commonwealth so the weed sprayer can do its thing.
A single TRRA six axle unit is working trim service at the southend of TRRA's Madison Yard.
Blast Off - TRRA heavy hump set, has the appearance of wanting to catapult off the top of the Madison Hump.
This is a trimmer job working the southend of the TRRAs Madison Yard.
This former SP SD40R is working the "Trimmer" job at the southend of Madison Yard.
2 of the Terminals 5 six axle motors are working the Trim Job at the southend of Madison Yard.The other 3 can usually found working the hump at the northend.
I spent a "Day Out With Thomas" in East St. Louis, IL on this beautiful crisp clear late October afternoon. The TRRA provided the motive power via TRRA #3003(an EMD SD40R) pushing on the rear. T... (more)
CN and TRRA power resting at Madison Yard.The CN unit was just released fromQuality Rail in Granite City,note the fresh yellow striping.
A pair of TRRAs six motors are seen on job #101 at Market Street.The six-axle fleet rarely leaves Madison Yard, usually assigned to hump and trim jobs.
The TRRA is using 2 units on this trim job today,normally it only uses 1.Notice the large cut of Beer from Anhueser Busch in St. Louis behind the power.
TRRA transfer passes UP GSEVTE 15 at Valley Jct.
You gotta love the profile of the SD40-2! It's unusual to see the six-axle power of the TRRA on the Chester sub, but this one was there pushing a load of cars north into the yard.
A pair of TRRA 6-axle motors switch the yard.
TRRA duo shoves cars around the west side of the yard.
TRRA 3003 and TRRA 3004 (SD45) push a load of cars back to the north and into the yard.