Amtrak 4 passes under one of the last Santa Fe Signals on the Marceline Sub
A former ATSF SD40-2 sits outside the former depot on Marceline, Missouri on display.
After changing crews, a Santa Fe freight accelerates away from Walt Disney's boyhood hometown toward Kansas City.
With a population of 2100 people, Marceline is one of the bigger towns this vehicle train has passed thru since leaving the last crew change point at Fort Madison, IA. around 110 miles ago. Known ... (more)
BNSF 5517 and company, kicks up leafs on the track, as they head towards Kansas City and points west.
A high priority east bound train just after sunrise at Marceline, Missouri. Quite a bit of power for such a short train.
A well-powered high priority stack train passing under the old Sante Fe signal bridge at Lisbon Road east of Marceline.
This UP train is rolling downhill out of Marceline, Missouri. That's a huge fill the train is passing over as it makes its way across hilly northern Missouri a few hours from Chicago.
This heavy train is passing under one of the few remaining ATSF signal bridges in the area.
An eastbound stack train passes beneath the Santa Fe-style signal bridge just east of Marceline. The consist represents the last three generations of GE locomotives; a new Tier 4 ET44C4, a Tier 3 ... (more)
An early-production ES44DC leads an eastbound manifest beneath the Santa Fe-style signal bridge east of Marceline.
A westbound stack train passes one of the last Santa Fe-era signal bridges in Missouri east of Marceline.
BNSF ES44DC 7382, rolls uphill towards Marceline, Missouri.
All quiet in the Marceline yard, except for the clinking of used railroad spikes dropping into the bed of the truck in the foreground.