The Missouri River Runner waits for its morning departure time at Kansas City.
Amtrak Train 314 takes off after a brief station stop at the 1890 Ex-Mo-Pac Depot, 4 minutes late on a cool October morning on the UP Sedalia Sub. The hogger gave us a pretty good horn show as he... (more)
Amtrak Train #314, the Missouri River Runner is about 10 minutes into its trip to St. Louis as it makes its way through Sheffield on KCT Main Track 1 at the KCS Crossing. In about 3 miles the tra... (more)
Amtrak Train #314 has just dropped off its passengers, including me, and blasts out of town towards St. Louis from Kansas City. The Phase 2 Heritage Unit on the point was a nice treat as well.
Phase II heritage engine 66 spent two months in captive service on the Missouri River Runners between St. Louis and Kansas City. It is seen here accelerating train 314 away from its station stop i... (more)
Back in the locomotive rotation for Amtrak's Missouri River Runner passenger service. AMTK 66 passes MP 192 on the former MoPac Sedalia Subdivision. The train is not far from the subdivisions name... (more)
After spending time on the Amtrak Exhibit Train on display in KC, the F40PH NPCU, AMTK 406, was put into service on the Missouri River Runners, and leads Amtrak Train #314 east into the morning su... (more)
Amtrak train #314, the eastbound Missouri River Runner, departs Hermann, Missouri, on October 5th, 2014 - and in the process it briefly drowns out the music from the town's Octoberfest cele... (more)
Amtrak's Ph. II hertiage engine leads the morning eastbound River Runner through the quiet little town of Otterville as it heads east toward Jefferson City and then continuing on to St Louis.
Amtrak Train #314 scoots up the hill into Lees Summit with 3 cars. There was a crowd waiting to board for the trip east.
Amtrak's morning eastbound "Missouri River Runner" rolls out from the station stop in Sedalia.
The engineer on Amtrak's Missouri River Runner takes a peak out the cab while stopped at the former MoPac Station in Sedalia, MO.
Grassy and Good for 70....Amtrak Heritage Engine #156 leads the morning eastbound River Runner at the east end of Dresden Siding.
The half-mast flag flies in the gentle breeze on a gorgeous Spring afternoon, as Amtrak's Ph. II heritage unit leads the St. Louis bound Missouri River Runner.
The eastbound Amtrak "Missouri River Runner" is slowing for its routine station stop in Jefferson City on its way to its final destination of St. Louis as an excited future railfan and his mother ... (more)