Terry Norton photo. CB & Q southbound at Ottawa station. Only a month to go before BN. This line still intact extends from the mainline near Eola to a connection at Streator.
Two C&S SD9's 820 and 835 are sandwiched between four leased Rio Grande F-units as they change through Louisville, Colorado near Denver in November 1970. Occasionally the Colorado & Southern bor... (more)
Right on time, the overnight Chicago to Denver "Denver Zephyr" approaches Denver's Union Station with three CB&Q E9A's in the lead, on March 8, 1967. From my slide collection, Photo by ... (more)
A pair of E-5's, led by C&S 9955, is in charge of the northbound Dallas to Denver train 28 in April 1967. Number 28 is carrying a mixed bag of equipment from various roads. C&S E-5 9955 the "S... (more)
Frisco's standard black and yellow freight livery suited Alco and EMD carbodies very nicely. This westbound freight, with in the lead an Alco FA-1 5217 and four EMD F-units, rolls over the N. Can... (more)
Great Northern E7(A) 503 leads a five car train The Badger, leaving Saint Paul Station for Duluth, Minnesota in July 1961. Photo from my collection, photographer Dick Stoner.
Northern Pacific Extra 7005A-West, with four F9's between Livingston and Muir a distance of 12 miles, require helpers in this area. Extra 7005A has the assistance of a pair of GP9s 272 and 300 on... (more)
CB&Q F3A 124-A, F3B, F7B & F7A to create a combine 6000hp consist eastbound at Neponset, Illinois in July 1963. In tow was train 88 bound for Cicero, Illinois. Photo from my collection, Photograph... (more)
My father rode a fan trip out of Chicago pulled by CB&Q 4-8-4 #5632 in the early 1960s. Here the train meets an eastbound freight led by the incredible combination of CB&Q F3(A) - GN FT(A) - GN F... (more)
Frisco (SLSF) GE U25B 811, U30B 847, U30B 842 and GP35 725 heads south near Vinita, Oklahoma in July 1978. Unknown photographer photo from my collection.
The St. Louis-San Francisco railroad was the first to purchase a new caboose design offered by International Car Company, featuring a wider-than-normal cupola, providing the best of both cupola ca... (more)
The westbound counterpart to photos #640955 and 640956 holds the main passing tidy frame depot at Bonner, just a few miles to Missoula.
Quietly clickety-clacking eastward on the siding at Bonner, waiting for its counterpart.. To see the companion shots look up #'s 640955, 640957, 640960
Into the hole at Bonner, about to meet it's counterpart
Scheduled for a morning arrival in Butte Montana, train #26, the North Coast Limited still looks good.