GAINESVILLE TX July 25 1979 — Santa Fe GP9u 2250 and GP30u 3276 power the Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus Train on its journey from Oklahoma City to the Dallas-Fort Worth area. The ... (more)
Bridging The Divide. If you were to label this photo as either Gainesville, TX or Thackerville, OK, you would not be worng either way. Amtrak Train 821 (Heartland Flyer) was crossing the Re... (more)
Amtrak 192 leads the Heartland Flyer north towards Oklahoma after stopping at the only intermediate stop in Texas at Gainesville.
25th Anniversary locomotive arriving the north end of Gainesville yard.
Patrick Henry, the CEO of Patrick Henry Creative Promotions, watches Amtrak's Heartland Flyer from the comfort of the deck on his private dome car. His two cars are en-route to Kansas on the rear ... (more)
A hot southbound Z train ducks under I-35 and passes a Herzog welded rail train at the north end of Gainesville.
Workers help tie down a Herzog welded rail train at the north end of the siding.
Heartland Flyer departing the depot to Fort Worth.
BNSF southbound Z train passing the Amtrak Depot.
Heartland Flyer southbound arrives the depot with the Veterans unit.
BNSF local 1570 South passes a Herzog welded rail train working at the north end of Gainesville siding. The local is heading Gainesville yard, whose north lead diverges from the main line a little... (more)
Two big GEs pull loads of corn syrup and ethanol southward through Gainesville. Note the absence of an idler car, which means there's no hazardous material near the locomotives.