KCS SD60 732 stands at the head of a then typical EMD consist while in the siding at Edwards, Mississippi in October of 2005. (slide scan)
In the early days of KCS operation of the ex-IC/Midsouth Shreveport-Meridian line, quartets of refurbished, second-hand GP40s seemed to be the most common power set for the 'big' trains. Never se... (more)
I have not seen one of these units in forever (much less two) and they both were pretty cleaned up too!
Several MidSouth Geeps lead a southbound through Edwards, MS in April 1993. This line is now operated by KCS.
ATDA heads under the new bridge in Edwards as the sun quickly sets
Well, it appears that the new Edwards hump-back bridge has opened up. It doesn't look too bad... but I still think the other looked better. I guess it's more about safety than looks though.
Construction of a new bridge consumes almost all of what is the downtown area of Edwards.
After a 3 member crew got on board, LZJA headed to Century siding.
This is Edwards, MS... home of one of the last (if not the last) hump-back bridges left in MS as well as the last shot in the movie, "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" I don't know what happened to the... (more)
I took a shot standing from here earlier this summer and really liked it so I decided to shoot SHNS here in the spring. Only after I looked at it today did I realize that it was the same engine pu... (more)
A hint of fall colors pokes through as this WB manifest creeps through Edwards due to a speed restriction.
Rolling through Edwards with only 4 cars, I barely caught him.
Standing on the old wooden hump-back bridge is scary when you have a train come right under you!
O Brother, Where Art Thou? A classic shot of Downtown Edwards. Notice the dip under the Bridge that KCS dug so they could fit double stacks under lol. Way to go KCS!
Eastbound, taken from a bridge that appeared in "O Brother Where Art Thou."