Worn and beaten, DeBruce Grain GP9 272 stands at the Amarillo, Texas facility in it's Texas Northeastern colors on the night of May 7, 2019.
Two Hooker (HOKX) tank cars are repaired in the busy Progress Rail Services car shop at Amarillo, Texas, on June 15, 2012.
Employees in the busy Progress Rail Services car shop at Amarillo, Texas, repair Santa Fe covered hopper No. 315510 on June 15, 2012.
Switching the Rock Island yard in Amarillo, Texas, is RI SW8 826. The end-cab switcher was built for the railroad by General Motors Electro-Motive Division in November 1952, 20 years and 4 months... (more)
Following the now famous Route 66 on a foggy morning near Amarillo, we passed by this stopped coal train.
BNSF 4204 leads a westbound manifest into Amarillo, Texas on the busy Transcon route.
After a crew change at North Yard, an empty grain train steps beneath remnants of the former Rock Island mainline as it's begins it's journey towards La Junta.
A former iC SW14 rebuild is seen at DBG's Amarillo Terminal, 1442 has seen a mix of previous employers prior to it's arrival in Amarillo.
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DeBruce Grain GP9 272, a former Southern Pacific unit still in it's previous owner's colors, Texas Northeastern stands with a former Santa Fe GP7U 2230 which was purchased from OmniTrax three year... (more)
BNSF SD70MAC #9840 is on the rear of a loaded coal train that is making its way down the former CB&Q (FW&D) mainline through Texas.
Back in the days when early widecabs were still considered premium power, a 75M and a 60M are in charge of this manifest rounding the curve through Amarillo. My how times have changed...
After working industries along the Red River Valley Sub, south of Amarillo, BNSF 2670 highballs north with a decent sized local in the late afternoon.
A quintet of BNSF ES44's lead an eastbound Z train out of town as Amarillo's tallest building, the 30 story Chase Tower stands guard in the background
Santa Fe’s westbound hotshot train LA-53 with three GE U33C’s glides past East Tower as it arrives Amarillo, Texas half way on its transcontinental dash on Aug. 2, 1970. Note the cowboy enginee... (more)
Almost NP - No Nose Light, But It Has Extra Cab-Side WindowsThe March 2, 1970, merger of the Chicago Burlington & Quincy, Great Northern, Northern Pacific and Spokane Portland & Sea... (more)