The KCS Fort Smith turn trundles north across the swampland of Poteau.
The KCS Fort Smith Dodger is about to cross the Poteau River. Shortly thereafter, the train will stop and wait to enter the KCS mainline at Poteau.
KCS 2014 leads the returning Dodger over the Poteau River.
KCS 2917 crosses the Poteau River.
The KCS Fort Smith Dodger is about to diverge from the main line to the Fort Smith Branch.
The Fort Smith Dodger has gotten back on the KCS mainline and the journey back to Heavener is nearly complete.
The return leg of the Fort Smith turn is almost back to the mainline at Poteau. The lead diesel will soon be 50 years old, having started life in October 1968 on the Penn Central. KCS once had a... (more)
Fort Smith Dodger eastbound
The Fort Smith local heads back to Heavener Yard after jumping on the main at Poteau, OK.
Early morning east of Poteau finds the Fort Smith local heading out the branch for the days work.
The Fort Smith Dodger returns to Heavener as it crosses over a steel bridge just east of Poteau in the late afternoon.
Early morning just east of Poteau, the Fort Smith Dodger highballs town crossing over an impressive steal bridge.
Loaded grain leaving town with 103 loads, 14,212 tons, 6595 feet with 2 DPU motors.
After a very cloudy day, a northbound coal empty led by "ACEs" KCS 4103 and BNSF 9271 has only clear skies ahead.