NS Train 223 rumbles across the 1936 Ex-Wabash Missouri River Bridge into the aptly named city of Bridgeton, with the rear end still in St. Charles. This span on the NS St. Louis District is 7,87... (more)
The Illinois Terminal heritage unit and an SD70 lead 17 auto parts boxcars eastward as they drops off the south bank of the Missouri River. Note the large bird caught in-flight to the left of the ... (more)
A short train from the Wentzville GM auto plant uses the time between runs of the Norfolk Southern Employee Excursions (featuring the Nickel Plate Berkshire 765
steam locomotive) to hustle some a... (more)
NKP 765 shows off its best angle as it gets ready to cross the Missouri River. Note the scores of chasers on the ground all getting their shots of the big Berkshire.
Back so soon? Only six days after it led the NKP 765 and employee excursions over this very bridge, NS' Wabash heritage unit is back on home rails, crossing the Missouri River on the big br... (more)
The 9 A.M. run of NS Train 099 crosses the Wabash Missouri River Bridge led by the the WAB and ITC Heritage Locomotives.
NS' Wabash and Illinois Terminal (NS 1072) heritage units split the WAB searchlight signals at Gist Road on their way back to Berkeley with the 9 a.m. employee appreciation special. Bringing up th... (more)
The diesel power on the eastend of the NS Employee special lead the 9:00am train back to Berkeley Yard.
NS's Wabash and Illinois Terminal (NS 1072) heritage units lead NKP 765 and an employee special off of the Missouri River Bridge in Earth City, MO. The Wabash looks right at home on this structur... (more)
Bee on a big bridge. NS 111 with Reading heritage unit 1067 third out in the consist drops off of the long bridge spanning the mighty Missouri River. The sun is barely above the horizon, il... (more)
Eastbound at mp19.
Eastbound on Sunday morning before the clouds rolled in.
You don't see many of these around here.
This local has just finished switching the Earth City industries, and is headed west across the Missouri River.