UP cross-country international hotshot IDTMX comes into Flatonia, Texas, on the former SP Dalsa cutoff. This train originated on CSX in Detroit, MI, and runs to Laredo, TX, where KCSM brings it to... (more)
BNSF empty adhesive vinyl train U KRFLCN (Beaumont, TX- Lashburn, SK) heads west on the UP Houston Sub northeast of downtown, coming into the terminal area.
Another case of "Whose RR is it?", a CN duo leads BNSF empty adhesive vinyl train U KRFLCN (Beaumont, TX- Lashburn, SK) on UP's East Belt subdivision in northeast Houston.
The Sunset Limited glides over the rolling hills of the UP Sunset Route as it races east to Houston.
Milepost 100 of UP's Sunset Route between Houston and San Antonio marks the middle of Weimar siding. On a crisp winter afternoon, the daily Houston-Eagle Pass, TX manifest has dynamics roaring as ... (more)
BNSF 5541 slow-rolls south down UP's West Belt Sub in north Houston. The train is nearing its destination at UP's Englewood Yard, having originated on the BNSF in Teague, TX.
Having just shoved out of HD3 siding on the left, FXE 4651 accelerates its Port of Houston-Tulsa manifest out of Pearland.
A southbound manifest heads down the Mykawa sub away from Houston in the first light of the day.
A 5-unit lashup leads a manifest south down the Mykawa Sub through Pearland on a clear winter day.
UP 8737 leads a string of empty coke hoppers around the south leg of the BNSF wye in Alvin, headed back to the Sweeny refinery.
BNSF's Houston-Tulsa manifest slowly departs Alvin after turning north onto the Galveston subdivision on a clear winter evening.
BNSF's Houston-Galveston manifest heads south down the Mykawa sub on a clear winter morning.
A BNSF ethanol train with a CN visitor in tow heads east on the lightly-used UP Harrisburg Sub south of downtown Houston, near NRG Stadium. The train is headed for Deer Park in the Port of Houston... (more)
UP's San Antonio-Houston manifest slows down as it enters Rosenberg.
UP's Lake Charles, LA- Beaumont, TX transfer crosses the KCS lift bridge over the Neches River into downtown Beaumont.