Five ATSF F units (two with stainless steel sides) zip a northbound freight toward Temple, Texas (6 miles away). Former passenger unit 338 wore a blue warbonnet on May 5, 1973.
MKT 206 North climbs through Heidenheimer, Texas, as it has detoured 117 miles over the AT&SF from Sealy and has only six more miles before returning to home rails at Temple. Note two tri-leve... (more)
A Houston-bound manifest with a large cut of loaded grain cars up front drifts through Heidenheimer behind DC GEVO 7780. Much more exciting and righteous was the pending evening chase of a rock t... (more)
In the hole at Rogers long enough to create some breathing room behind the westbound ahead, SD45-2s 6515, 6453, snoot SD40-2 6855, SD40-2 6946, and SD45-2 6450 proudly roar in the eighth notch the... (more)
After a quick crew change at the south fuel pads, BNSF 6488 East became BNSF 6488 South and is shown drifting through Heidenheimer as it begins the second part of its journey southeast towards Pea... (more)
Two SD45-2s and an SD40-2 let'r rip in the 8th notch as they charge up-hill with a loaded rock train.
An A-B-A set of old and new BNSF Geeps lead the "South Local" from Temple to Somerville.
BNSF Westbound Local Freight Train at Heidenheimer, Tx. on BNSF'S Galveston Sub