GUTHRIE OK Aug 1977 -- Amtrak SDP40f 515 leads the Lone Star south to a station stop in Guthrie. The train is traversing the Santa Fe bridge over the Cimarron River.
GUTHRIE OK Aug 1977 -- In between storm cells the southbound Lone Star crosses the Cimarron River on its way to Guthrie.
Southbound pellet hoppers are led by former Santa Fe GP60M still in Warbonnet colors in front of the Guthrie Union Depot, known locally just as "The Depot".
BNSF 509 and 582 emerge from behind a cut of Dodge City, Ford and Bucklin Railroad passenger cars at Guthrie with the Argentine to Pearland vehicle train.
The freshly tilled earth gives reason to the name of this subdivision - Red Rock. 509 and 582 race towards Pearland Texas through Oklahoma with time sensitive auto shipments.
BNSF "worm" grain train awaits a new crew. Notice the Oakway lease unit SD60 9058, and rear unit GE C40-9W 4630.
Unknown local (Ark City?) idles waiting for permission to continue to Guthrie Yard. GE B23-7 4262 is rear unit, both still in fresh Santa Fe paint.
Freshly cleaned ballast has dust kicked up as this Westbound passes at track speed.
Chasing the setting winter sun just North of Guthrie, OK