The 945 just passing under the Eads Bridge, which was completed in 1874, southbound and heading into the tunnels in front of the Gateway Arch.
Pennys dancing just prior to getting crushed.
There are two surviving NYC "Mohawks": number 2933 at the Museum of Transportation in St. Louis, MO and number 3001 at the National NYC Railroad Museum in Elkhart, IN.
John Kerry campain train going thru Kirkwood
At least six streetcars just sitting by this barn on Boschertown Road.
This ex-US Air Force Baldwin model RS4TC switcher getting a ride on an east bound Union Pacific.
General Motors built the experimental "Aerotrain" in 1955, using bus bodies on railroad wheels as its coaches. After being tested by three different railroads in actual passenger service it was ... (more)
The 5446 leads an eastbound grain train north along the Mississppi river passing a towboat pushing barges north thru Hannibal, Mo.
Slowly rusting away.
Just crossed the MacArthur bridge into St. Louis the Alton Southern 2000 waits for the signal to clear.
A wider view of the loop with the 7770 able to see the rear of his own train as he climbs the loop.
The sun sets only once or twice a year like this at this location. The rails belong to the Burlington Northern Santa Fe. It is like a rail Stonehinge!