An empty aggregates train returns to the Texas Hill Country for reloading and delivery back to the Union Pacific in McNeil (north Austin).WAMX 4228 was built as Kennecott Utah Copper Corpo... (more)
#3134 in its final months of being leased on the A&TC leads the Saturday Hill Country Flyer into Burnet.
The Heartland Flyer rolls into Burnet, Texas with HZRX 3134 leading.
PRLX 3757 lettered up for Old Castle Materials Texas, sits in the small loading facility south of Bernet near Marble Falls.
Running waycar light from Cedar Park, ATCX 442 descends the Summit grade westbound. The train usually consists of restored passenger cars loaded with people enjoying a scenic ride through the Texa... (more)
The Hill Country Flyer nears the end of its line at Burnet, descending from the highest elevation on the line at Summit.
A trio of former C&NW GP50's (WAMX 5011,5002,5003, originally C&NW 5092,5059,5062) await the call to duty in AWRR's Summit yard on the former SP, originally Houston & Texas Central's Llano branch.... (more)
The Hill Country Flyer swings around a turn as it approaches Burnet.
Eastbound Hill Country Flyer excursion train climbs the grade towards Summit during bluebonnet season.
Austin Western Railroad Hill Job coupling to empties to be distributed among the area's quarries.
AUAR power moving into Burnet, TX. In about one month, this RR will cease to exist and will become WATCO's Austin & Western.
Austin Area Terminal Railroad's Gandy Turn takes a train of empty gons to a Burnet County rock quarry for loading. Thanks to the friendly train crew for posing their train.
AUAR GP40s #191 & #189 sit at the north end of the Burnet Wye.