A southbound oil train crosses the Oklahoma river over boat traffic near downtown Oklahoma City.
A Line of locomotives in storage with the possibility of seeing the light of day once again.
OKLAHOMA CITY OK Jan 1975 -- Santa Fe GP38 3551 and its crew await clearance to begin the day's work under stormy skies at mile post 382.
OKLAHOMA CITY Oct 1975 -- Amtrak E8A 210 is shown at the FAA's Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center on the west side of Will Rogers World Airport. It was built as a B&O unit and at the time of this ... (more)
OKLAHOMA CITY Mar 23 1975 -- Engineer Wayne Rector (right) and Fireman Johnny Goff pose with their office on wheels. The pair were part of the short pool which operated from Arkansas City KS to Pu... (more)
OKLAHOMA CITY OK Mar 23 1975 -- CF7 2639 sits on the elevated tracks south of the Amtrak station and near the Rock Island interchange track. Note the blue number board and rounded cab roof. Some t... (more)
BNSF SD70ACe with some snow still left over from its journey south.
AT&SF FP45 90 is one of several vintage diesels exhibited at the Oklahoma Railway Museum
The Wheatland Switcher returns to the Stillwater Central Yard with a single car.
Fully restored to original colors and running condition.
Watco and Iowa Pacific teamed up to run the "Eastern Flyer" as a demonstration and excursion train between the Tulsa and Oklahoma City metro areas.
Museum excursion led by "Frisco" F9 (ex-NP/BN) and recently restored AT&SF CF7 #2571.
BNSF Tier 4 locomotive filling in on Amtrak's "Heartland Flyer" passing through Moore, OK shortly after departing Oklahoma City enroute to Fort Worth, TX.