Norfolk Southern train 148 heads east through downtown Hannibal Missouri passing the ballpark on the south side of town.
A solo SD60E does the honors on one of the few remaining Roadrailers as it travels along the Mississippi River.
With almost 13 inches of snow on the ground, NS 3628 leads 398 east into Hannibal on NS's Springfield/Hannibal District.
With almost 13 inches of snow on the ground, NS 9347 slows for the sharp turns before it crosses the bridge into Illinois with a monster roadrailer train in tow.
With almost 13 inches of snow on the ground, NS 9561 navigates the sharp turns in Hannibal while the other end of the train is still in Illinois. The tracks off to the right in the picture is BNSF... (more)
BNSF 5428 leads a 36 car freight south out of Hannibal along the Mississippi River on BNSF's K-Line.
Locomotives: BNSF 5428, NS 9751, CSX 482, CSX 228 and CSX 5385
As the bluffs of the Mississippi River swallow up the sun for the night, one of BNSF's "Smurf" EMD GP38-2s lead West Quincy based road switcher R HLA8351 09I west through Hannibal, MO's Kiwanis Pa... (more)
After just crossing the Mississippi into Missouri, NS 8994 leads Triple Crown train 255 west outta Hannibal on Norfolk Southerns Springfield-Hannibal District.
BNSF 6378 leads a UCEX empty north (along) towards the Norfolk Southern Springfield-Hannibal diamond on BNSF's Hannibal Sub (K-Line).
Westbound Triple Crown train 255 rolls along the banks of the Mississippi River through downtown Hannibal.
In the summer of the Great Mississippi River Flood (1993), a Burlington Northern empty coal train creeps north toward Hannibal, Missouri, on the K Line.
Some of the last light of 2015 finds a BNSF train heading north along the flooded Mississippi River at Hannibal.
A light engine move rolls southbound along the Mississippi River at Hannibal, Mo., as seen from the Lover's Leap park just south of town.
A Norfolk Southern westbound has just crossed the Mississippi River and cruises past a paddle-wheel boat docked in Hannibal. Tom Sawyer's famous fence is just a block away.
M45 has just exited the town of Hannibal and is climbing the hill to Rensselear as it passes a field of corn at the 7.3 signal.