A well worn F7A waits with a newer GE U30C for the next call to duty. By this date, the remaining F7's had been renumbered to make room for the new GP38-2's arriving in the 900-series.
F7A/A/A departs the yard with auto racks which were uncommon on this route at that time.
An F7A/B/A trio is broken up by a GP35 on the old T&P.
A U30C shares the service tracks with new GP38-2's and an old GP7.
A pair of "white knights" lead a heavy northbound into the old L&A yard.
A white F3 heads up a southbound local.
Red GP30 and a red and yellow F7A share the tiny engine facility
An all red consist of a GP30 and 3 F's cross the now gone Red River Bridge from Pineville into Alexandria, LA
Starting across the river.
Crews work to re-rail this geep.
Engineer Donald Crump on KCS 1 with new desktop controls. The whistle cord remains.