A loaded coal train passes under some of the impressive cliffs of the Mississippi River north of St. Louis.
The Fall colors are peaking as a maintenance train makes its way back to St. Louis on the BNSF Hannibal Sub.
This short train is passing the cliffs at Foley, Missouri.
A nice hole in the clouds lined up with the arrival of this westbound coal train on the Hannibal Subdivision at Foley, Missouri.
This loaded coal train is passing in front of cliffs which once were the banks of the Mississippi River near St. Louis.
A westbound manifest is highlighted by the turning leaves along Old Highway 79.
A manifest freight moving south through the golden grass near Foley, Missouri.
A nice looking manifest train makes its way past one of the elevated signal sheds on the Hannibal Sub.
A fresh dusting of snow adds a little variety to the passing of a coal train headed west on the Hannibal Sub.
CN 8892 and CREX 1335 leads a West Quincy to Tulsa freight west (south) near Foley, Missouri on BNSF's Hannibal Sub (K-Line).
The end of the biggest snowfall of the year was a great time to catch this short train at Foley on the Hannibal Sub.
Another GE leading a coal train, but it looks good in front of the bluffs along the Mississippi River.
A westbound manifest train south of Elsberry on the BNSF Hannibal Sub. There is a lake behind me and it really magnifies the early morning light at this nice spot.
A northbound empty coal train in the early morning sun on the BNSF Hannibal Sub.
Loaded coal cruising along the Mississippi river bluffs.