A pair of KCSM AC44s lead a grain train north
The northbound Texas Eagle rolls north through Austin, Texas.
Four Missouri Pacific SD40-2's. The 6000-series (6000-6073) were equipped with dynamic brakes, for coal service. The total count of 74 units, were designated as "SD40-2c" by MoPac.
Missouri Pacific GP7 1690 local at Austin, Texas.
A pair of KCSM AC44s lead a Union Pacific grainer through Austin, Texas
NS 1073, the Penn Central heritage unit and PRLX 9563, an ex-BN SD70MAC lead ALDPP through Austin
A southbound manifest rolls through Austin with an NS AC44C6M in tow
A UP freight heads north through Austin
A pair of NS D9-40CWs lead a stack train through Austin on a 100 degree day in July.
A P40DC, heritage unit No. 822 leads the Eagle on a hot and humid May morning.
The Prototype SW10 was rebuilt in 1979 at the Omaha Shops to Union Pacific specifications. UP 1240 Rebuilt from SW9 1826, UP 1241 Rebuilt from TR5A 1871.
A foreigner and an IC SD70 lead a northbound manifest through Austin on a hot and humid afternoon in March.