This appears to be the (former?) C&NW Business Car "Chicago." Used apparently as a terminal office for the BRRT in Corpus Christi, TX, the car looks to be left wholly intact (with additional sate... (more)
KCS 1919 switches about the yard in Corpus Christi with sand cars for an oil related industry.
KCS 1917 holds down a work train, just off on the old Texas Mexican Ry. lead into Corpus Christi. The tracks from Robtown to the small ex-Texas Mexican yard in Corpus are jammed with inbound trai... (more)
Two Texas Mexican GP38 units bracket a GP18 in the yard at Corpus Christi.
A P-6 Pacific is being readied for its next assignment.
This locomotive was built by Brooks in 1906 with 77 inch
drivers and delivered 40,570 pounds of tractive effort.
The Texas-Mexican Railway received seven Whitcomb
boxcabs in 1939. These early diesels had four powered
axles mounted on a rigid frame. Electric power was
supplied by Westinghouse.
KCS 4105 & 4612 are seen here leaving Corpus Christi via the UP Corpus Christi sub and the new Joe Fulton Trade Corridor.
BNSF 4927 is tied down in the Port of Corpus Christi waiting for a window to cross over the Tule lift bridge. New rail alignment will eliminate the lift bridge in a few years.
KCS 625 & 609 are seen here tied down at the East end of the Corpus yard after arriving from Mexico.
A matched set of Texas Mexican GP40-3s, #s 1166/1167/1165 leave Corpus Christi.
TFM 2106 sits in Corpus Christi Trans-Mexican rail yard.