A westbound manifest passes the grain elevator at Annada, Missouri.
A westbound manifest train passing in front of the grain elevators at Annada, Missouri on the BNSF Hannibal Sub.
Southbound coal on the Hannibal Sub near Annada, Missouri.
This loaded coal train is pulling away from a meet at Burns headed south (railroad west) on the Hannibal Sub.
A rail replacement program was underway in 2013 on the Hannibal Sub. This train is moving south (railroad west) past the grain elevators at Annada, Missouri.
An AC4400 leads a westbound coal train past the elevator at Annada, Missouri.
A few minutes after sunrise, this coal train is moving west on a slow order, headed for St. Louis.
A southbound freight moving at 55 mph on the Hannibal Subdivision north of Elsberry.
This new Tier 4 GE is headed south (railroad west) on the BNSF Hannibal Sub at Annada. This locomotive is actually an AT44C4 according to the markings.
Bright sun alternating with torrential downpours makes for some interesting railfanning on a hot early summer afternoon.
A somewhat rare BNSF AC4400 roles past the grain elevator at Annada on the BNSF Hannibal Sub. The line was reopened last week after being closed for several weeks due to Mississippi River floodin... (more)
A northbound empty coal train at Annada, Missouri. I have been seeing some coal trains running "backwards" lately with one locomotive at the front and two DPUs at the rear.
A former Santa Fe warbonnet leads a northbound empty oil train along parallel Highway 79 in northeastern Missouri.
This is a south bounder near Annada. The trains used to crawl along here, but now they cruise at 50 mph since tie and track replacement this past summer.
Spring flowers add to this scene with a westbound mixed freight passing the grain elevators at Annada, Missouri.