Amtrak's southwest chief is seen racing through Medill Mo. Running just a bit behind time they would make it up on the trip to Fort Madison Ia.
The Missouri River Runner hustles west through Pacific, MO on its daily run to Kansas City.
Amtrak's "Salutes Our Veterans" locomotive brings the Texas Eagle into St. Louis.
Amtrak Phase 4 paint scheme Engine 184 leads train 313 past Union Pacific's Southern Pacific Heritage Unit 1996. The 1996 was on display in Pacific Missouri as part of their heritage day festiviti... (more)
The afternoon westbound Missouri River Runner pulls away from the former Missouri Pacific depot in downtown Kirkwood.
The 16:00 (4:00 pm) departure time for Amtrak train 313, the westbound Missouri River Runner, is approaching. In just under ten minutes, AMTK P42DC 66 will pull its four-car train away fro... (more)
Amtrak train #359, The St. Louis Mule, included a dome car and coach connecting to The City of New Orleans at Centralia, IL to provide through service to New Orleans, LA.
The Southwest Chief races along on the Marceline Sub with the next stop at LaPlata in about 30 miles. The train passes under one of the few old ex-Santa Fe signal bridges that were left along this... (more)
The Snowy Arch. Amtrak Train 313 (Missouri River Runner) is an on time departure from St. Louis, MO on the late afternoon of Sunday, December 15, 2019. A snow storm hit the city that morning with ... (more)
Amtrak's River Runner has departed Kirkwood Station.
Amtrak 314 arrives in Kirkwood, MO as the engineer gives a friendly blast of the horn.
The eastbound National Limited passes a pair of westbound trains waiting to go west on the Sedalia sub west of River Jct.
Eastbound National Limited #30 rolls along the Missouri River as it approaches Jefferson City, MO.
Westbound National Limited #31 approaches the station in Warrensburg, MO.
The eastbound Amtrak Texas Eagle pulls into the St. Louis terminal.