After departing its service stop at the Flatonia railfan pavilion, 4014 gets underway towards Houston, passing some spectators on the east side of town.
Not visible in this shot, a group of enthusiastic railfans, both seasoned and perhaps some being minted at this very moment, watch the recently-restored Big Boy make its way to its scheduled stop ... (more)
After a curtsy in Flatonia next to the rail observation platform, UP 4014 steams off, back nearly on schedule after a delay earlier in the morning.
Southbound off the SP Muldoon Subdivision, UP 3246 leads a Motive Power Industries SD40, as well as a former MoPac SD40-2, followed by an unidentified U-Boat, heading west toward San Antonio on th... (more)
Pointing north on the Muldoon Subdivision, coming off the line from Victoria, a CSX SD40-2 and UP C30-7 block the Sunset Line main awaiting a signal.
UP cross-country international hotshot IDTMX comes into Flatonia, Texas, on the former SP Dalsa cutoff. This train originated on CSX in Detroit, MI, and runs to Laredo, TX, where KCSM brings it to... (more)
Three GP60s power an Intermodal train heading towards Houston. Tower 3 had recently shut down and would later be moved across town to a new museum.
"Hail, Hail Flatonia; Land of the Brave and Free!"Waiting in the Union Pacific yard in Flatonia, Texas, on October 27, 2016, is BNSF Railway train H-CDTTUL1-27 (High Prior... (more)
UP's IAVLB rolls west along the Sunset Route with a varied consist of power, passing the various artifacts in the railroad park at Flatonia.
UP 5875 roars splits through the small yard at the west end of the interlocking at Flatonia.
Flatonia Railroad Museum.
A pair of quiet GPs emerge from the fog at Flatonia, TX. Quiet for the weekend, the pair will come to life on Monday morning to service area customers.
A westbound UP freight curves through Flatonia on its way to San Antonio on a gorgeous November day in south central Texas.
A pair of warbonnet GEs lead this BNSF trackage rights train north on the UP Cuero Sub to home rails at Caldwell, TX and eventually on to the yard at Temple, TX. Once I saw the power on this trai... (more)