Georgetown Railroad EMD SW1500 #1010 , GRR Passenger extra at Round Rock, Texas.
Power not commonly seen anymore is in charge of a cement train as it rolls through Central Texas.
A pair of UP SD40N's wait for the signal to head west through Round Rock.
The Taylor Turn heads west through Round Rock, TX with a nice pair of SD40N's. The two EMD's are in run 8, headed for interchange with the Austin & Western in McNeil, before heading back for Taylo... (more)
Rock hauler Georgetown RR has also gotten into ballast distribution. Its continuous-belt ballast train with two Paducah rebuilds, GRR 9050 East was on the U.P., former MoPac, at Hestes, Texas (be... (more)
UP 844 crawls up the lead toward the Georgetown Railroad, home of a temporary shop for the steam crew to fix the injured engine. This is the last place I ever thought I would see a steam engine, ... (more)
UP's LAW-51 local out of Taylor, TX is crossing Brushy Creek at 4:30 pm with a short train returning from Kerr, the Georgetown RR connection at the end of the Georgetown Industrial Lead, (or DX002... (more)
It was so clean, the sun was on it at just the right time, nobody was around- I enjoyed filling my CF card this morning.
The northbound Texas Eagle flies through Round Rock on its way to Chicago.
A UP empty rock train heads into Georgetown on the DX2 lead for another load of rock from the Texas Crushed Stone Company.