A rare all EMD consist lugs a westbound Kansas City, KS to Wellington, KS manifest, made up of mostly autoracks, through the crossovers at Lebo
CSXT 4063 meets an Eastbound Frac Sand train in Lebo.
A hot Willow Springs, IL to San Bernardino, CA Z train races west past the rear end of an eastbound stack train stopped due to a train vs. vehicle accident ahead that had the Emporia Sub shut down... (more)
Springtime has finally arrived as this westbound grain train, heading for export at Eagle Pass, TX, pulls out of a slow moving rain squall and into the setting sun. Lady luck was on my side for th... (more)
A 4 pack of GE's lead a perishable laden Z train east as a popcorn thunderstorm dissipates in the distance. For almost two weeks straight thunderstorms such as the one seen here occurred in Kansas... (more)
A pair of GEVO's are on the point of a loaded DDG grain train moving west on the Transon just west of Lebo, KS.
The rear end of the E LRTBTM0 03A clears just in time for this westbound stack to roll west into Lebo.
To the untrained eye this appears to be an ordinary Z or Q train when in fact it is actually running under a baretable symbol. A solid string of JB Hunt containers, with a few trailers thrown in o... (more)
Two GE's lead this Amarillo, TX (South Yard) to Kansas City, KS manifest east out of the setting sun and onward to their destination at BNSF's large Argentine Yard.
The sun is still barely on the horizon as this eastbound stack train eases its way past approach signal after approach signal on its way towards the Kansas City metro area.
After being ran around by a hot Z train between Ridgeton and Lebo, this westbound 1x2 grain load heads west into the fading sun on the shortest day of the year.
The daily Kansas City, KS to Denver, CO manifest runs west under the old US Highway 50 overpass just west of Lebo as the sun gets ready to slip below the horizon.
A "silvered up" Willow Springs, IL to North Bay, CA Z train rolls west by the old grain elevator at Lebo, still in use by a local CO-OP, on the shortest day of the year.
Two BNSF ES44DCs lead an eastbound empty grain train through the hillside of eastern Kansas.