A loaded grain train, likely for export at Galveston, TX, rolls south on a clear winter day.
The former Santa Fe depot in McGregor, TX now serves Amtrak, with the signage a testament to the various passenger service operators on this line.
Two Santa Fe CF-7s and three F units tug on northbound tonnage near McGregor, Texas on March 11, 1973, headed for Ft. Worth and on to Oklahoma. Until seven months previous, CF-7 2609 had been pas... (more)
Santa Fe F7s and a CF-7 handle a westbound freight in central Texas near McGregor on Dec. 19, 1971, eight months after the passenger unit was bumped to freight by Amtrak.
DPUs on an empty BNSF coal train sit idle on the main waiting for traffic to clear ahead at McGregor siding.
Amtrak's southbound Texas Eagle comes to a stop at the former Santa Fe station at McGregor, TX. Many, many years ago, the Cotton Belt crossed the Santa Fe here, but, alas, most of that track is a... (more)
Worn from the weather and the hot Texas sun, the old AT&SF logo and station sign at McGregor continue to witness the passing of BNSF freights and Amtrak passengers in 2013.
A southbound freight, heavy with empty cars for plastics and chemical companies, passes the old AT&SF depot in McGregor, TX on its way to its next crew change in Temple, TX.
Toyota Tundra painted unit on it's last trip north
The northbound InterAmerican at the Santa Fe station. The line crossing is the now abandoned Cotton Belt route to Waco.
On-board the SB Texas Eagle at speed after stopping in McGregor. This coach was empty between Dallas and San Antonio.
The Texas Eagle arrives in McGregor with 2 brand new P42 Genesis locomotives.