There is a lot of history under the black paint on this Pioneer locomotive. This unit was originally built in 1951 for the Atlantic Coast Line. The Seaboard Coast Line rebuilt this unit in the lat... (more)
KCS trains headed out of Fort Smith face a substantial climb, but typically short trains and more-than-adequate power (often trios of GP40s) mean the hill isn't usually much of a challenge.
On a beautiful spring afternoon, a Fort Smith RR crew services customers on the north side of the city. They are about to work the big Gerber plant, a chore that will include some time inside the ... (more)
Fort Smith Trolley stops at the Fort Smith Museum of history before proceeding to the Fort Smith Trolley Museum and Fort Smith National Cemetery.
Arkansas & Missouri’s Fort Smith turn passes a shut-downT6 in Fort Smith, Arkansas. A replacement T6 is tucked behind the three C420’s on the turn. Number 14 will return to Springdale for serv... (more)
The power from Arkansas & Missouri’s Fort Smith turn makes some smoke while breaking apart its train in Fort Smith, Arkansas.
Arkansas & Missouri T6 14 stands in the yard at Fort Smith, Arkansas.
Arkansas & Missouri’s Fort Smith Turn arrives in its destination town of Fort Smith, Arkansas after crossing the Arkansas River, which can be seen to the right. Also to the right are the poletop... (more)
A number of locomotives are stored in the A&M Yard in Fort Smith including former Santa Fe SD75M's now owned by Progress Rail.
AM 54 is used to kick cars back into the A&M Fort Smith Yard on a beautiful morning.
This former Seaboard unit awaits an uncertain fate in Fort Smith with it's exhaust stacks capped.
KCS 2910 leads the Fort Smith Turn back to Heavener Oklahoma after finishing their work in Fort Smith.
The KCS Fort Smith Dodger is doing work in Fort Smith. Soon, the train will turn out and head back to Heavener, OK.