Columbia Star Dinner Train between Columbia and Brown Station.
Katy Columbia Local has tested its air and is "highballing" for the junction with the mainline at McBaine, MO.
One way to limit truck competition is low clearance bridges. NW 1333 switches the Columbia local as it crosses over Park Ave.
The New Franklin to Columbia local switches its train in Columbia, MO.
Topeka cab GP7u 2001 slows to a crawl as it enters the yard limits on the northeast side of Columbia.
"Wabash" in MissouriColumbia Terminal Railroad GP7 2001 has just brought the Columbia Star Dinner Train back to the "station" (in actuality the parking lot of Co... (more)
A Wascally (Faux) Wabash UnitCESX F7A 1951 may be painted in the colors of the Wabash, but it was never owned by that railroad. Built by EMD in January 1953 as Great Northern 464A,... (more)
COLT 2001 is sitting quietly at it's place at the COLT's Transload Facility on apparently it's day off from servicing it's Columbia customer's. The city of Columbia own's the COLT and run on an ex... (more)
Operating on former Wabash rails, the Columbia Terminal Railroad runs traffic from an interchange with NS in Centralia to Columbia, Missouri. They also host the Columbia Star Dinner Train, which ... (more)
Wabash Cannonball. The Columbia Star dinner train is well into its return trip and is only a few minutes away from arriving back at the boarding location. The train, with a Wabash painted F... (more)
COLT 2001 sits in the transload facility just outside of Columbia on a fine fall day.
COLT operates a former Wabash branch stretching from Columbia, MO to Centralia, MO.
N&W's Columbia Local works the MFA elevator on the north side of Columbia, MO.
N&W's Columbia Local sits by the former Wabash depot prior to heading back to Moberly. These tracks are pulled up now. The remainder of the line is operated by Columbia Terminal.