Three ATSF GE U25B’s hustle tonnage southward toward Houston and the Gulf at Milano, Texas on April 16, 1971.
KCS power leads this Northbound rack train near Hoyte siding just north of Milano.
An F and a Geep on an eastbound Missouri Pacific freight are about the cross the AT&SF at Milano, Texas. Aug. 30, 1972.
A pair of UP SD70M's lead an autorack through the rolling hills of central Texas as the train races east / north on the Union Pacific's Austin Sub, somewhere between Rockdale and Milano.
The favorite curve for the afternoon chase of trains 534 and 543 north from Bellville and Somerville, respectively; you were guaranteed nice results if you paid your penance to the cloud gods. We... (more)
The 534 was the fav train in the AM to chase north from Bellville. You started out at B'ville shooting the sulphur train, a loaded grain train usually, the remotes set out at Bellville from grain... (more)
Kodachromes were cleaner on the Santa Fe....
An empty grain train from Beaumont, Texas blasts up the hill northbound into Milano. The train is bound for harvests in the Heartland.
One could wonder how 2 chunks of steel so thin manage to hold up the weight of a 108 car stack train.
Hitting the former MoPac (now UP) line at Milano, a BNSF merchandise freight cuts across the heart of Texas toward Temple.
3 geeps lead a short freight northbound through Milano
BNSF 4102 idles, waiting for a crew, in a siding as a BNSF Coal Train throttles by.
BNSF stacks to Galveston pass thrugh central Texas.