A&S 2205 leads the daily transfer over to Saint Louis Mo.
A friendly wave and horn from the engineer acknowledge the photographer as the Texas Eagle makes an on time departure from St. Louis towards its final destination of Chicago, IL.
Sitting at what was once the largest passenger and freight station in the world with 32 tracks for service, RPCX 738 and some passenger cars sit on the few remaining tracks that barely see service... (more)
Got 80 Gallons? On July 14, 2009, Union Pacific Railroad "Big Boy" 4006 (4-8-8-4, Alco, 1941) was sitting on a display track at The National Museum of Tranportation in St. Louis, ... (more)
Up 7793 leads a stack train east over the MacArthur Bridge.
TRRA job 201 is a transfer between TRRA Madison Yard in Illinois and BNSF Lindenwood Yard in Missouri. TRRA provides road power from November through April while BNSF provides road power from May... (more)
After a long interchange with Norfolk Southern’s Luther Yard, Terminal 101 heads through the industrial backstreets of St. Louis as they crawl along 2nd Street with both of TRRA’s SD60I’s in... (more)
Curving out of St. Louis' Union Station the cavernous train shed, comes a pair of PRR E8's leading train 65 with 4 cars of mail, 2 bagage cars, and 2 coaches. In the background three Norfolk & ... (more)
BNSF H1 970 arrives into Lindenwood Yard with the GALMEM.
WRFX GP38-2 5586 sits in the former MRS yard in St. Louis.
WAMX SW1500 1517 rests in front of the former MRS shop in St. Louis.
Driving through St. Louis, I came across this surprise, and ICG GP10 waiting downtown. I am told that this was likely an ICG transfer job…either from the ex IC East St. Louis or ex-GM&O Venice y... (more)
A pair of TRRA geeps sit in Saint Louis Union Station decorated for the Polar Express.
Good view of the crew accommodation in the short hood. Tex-Mex did this on some units. Photo by unknown. From my collection.