Originally Missouri Pacific
TRRA T105 eases down the North Approach of the MacArthur Bridge in East St Louis with a transfer from the Miller Yard. TRRA 2006 / 2010 provide the locomotion for three IC SD70s, 3 malt empties a... (more)
The renumbered and repainted NS F9 A-B-B-A set made an appearance in the St. Louis area shortly before they were retired. Departure towards Louisville via the Southern West District was at sunris... (more)
What looks like a Union Pacific train from the 1980's is actually an Alton & Southern transfer job. The A&S "102" typically runs a turn between Gateway Yard and UP's 12th Street Yard in... (more)
New York Central E8A 4050, PRR E8A 4257 and PRR E7B 4119 are leading the Penn Central, New York, NY to St. Louis, MO "Spirit of St. Louis at E. St. Louis, Illinois in May of 1968. Photo fro... (more)
TRRA’s finest pulling their 11,000ft train on towards the A&S yard.
The TRRA 100 job at Willow with a 11,000ft train in tow destined for the A&S.
Port Harbor MP15AC 1403 that obviously had Union Pacific roots
takes a break from its daily duties.
N&W GP9 2465, NYC E8A 4050 and PRR E8A 5793 at East St. Louis, Illinois in May 1968. Photo taken from my slide collection, photographer Edward Brown.
A westbound Southern Pacific freight train treads the long, elevated viaduct approach for MacArthur Bridge over the Mississippi River at East St. Louis, Illinois, in December 1984. Powering the tr... (more)
The last rays of sun at the end of the golden hour highlight the Buzzsaws and Eagles of Union Pacific's Missouri Pacific Heritage Unit as it passes through the "Hole In The Wall" beneath... (more)
Perspective! Respondek Railroad Corporation (RRC) 1239 (née-TRRA 1239, EMD SW1200, 4/1965) sits in East St. Louis, Illinois on the evening of Sunday, December 27, 2020. While the Gateway A... (more)
KCS train MVNKC passes Packers Avenue as it begins its trip west to Kansas City.
An ICG train departs East St. Louis. The Paducah built SD20 was rebuilt from a UP SD24.
The Texas Eagle has departed St. Louis and crossed the Mississippi River into Illinois.