Assigned to Casper, Wyoming, is Burlington Northern GP9 1962. This engine was the former Chicago Burlington & Quincy 277. It would later be sold to the Great Western Railway of Colorado as their... (more)
The town of Casper, Wyoming, as founded in 1888, but the Chicago Burlington & Quincy Railroad did not begin serving Casper until 1905, arriving from the southeast. (A line from the northwest even... (more)
Often the 195/196 trains would be yarded and the power used for yard switching for the duration. A nice pair graced the 195 this day and tied up on the lead that led to the old roundhouse.
A Homax fuel truck fills the tank of white-faced Burlington Northern SD9 6236 in Casper, Wyoming, on July 11, 1995. This engine emerged from the EMD factory in April 1959 as Colorado & Southern 8... (more)
Very small decals indicate this S4's ownership of Neosho Construction, but very clear reporting marks of Santa Fe subsidiary Illinois Northern shine on.. But alas, this shot is at a scrapyard in ... (more)
This caboose is actually leading the Casper local out of the yard as it crosses over Interstate 25 enroute to the Sinclair Oil Facility in Evansville.
The H-LAUKCK1-19A (Laurel, MT to Kansas City, KS) is seen pulling out of the Casper Yard with an engine (BNSF 8012) I last saw in Memph... (more)
C&NW GP9 4308 (ex-607, nee-M&StL 607)