Summer Day At The Arkansas River | Two former KCS units and a UP engine lead northbound empty grain train G387 on the CPKC Heavener Subdivision north of Spiro, OK on a warm Sunday, July 2, ... (more)
On the morning of September 15, 2022, a southbound coal train soars over the Arkansas River just north of Spiro, OK.
With a beautiful pair of Belles on the point, KCS 4192 south soars over the choppy waters of the Arkansas River on a blustery March afternoon.
A pair of SD40-2s of 1970s vintage lead newer SDs (including year-old SD70ACe 4002) and a northbound freight up the approach to the massive Arkansas River bridge at Spiro.
Southbound manifest from Kansas City to Shreveport passes the remains of the searchlights at Spiro.
The sun manages to find a hole in the clouds just in time for this northbound manifest.
TRM power heads a morning southbound graintrain over the Arkansas river north of Spiro, Oklahoma.
Men push a set of trucks under a car as 06 (Heavener wrecker) and 05 (Pittsburg wrecker) work to clear the main after a tornado rolled a string of stored Howe Coal Co. unit train cars onto it.
06 (Heavener wrecker) and 05 (Pittsburg wrecker) clear the main after a tornado rolled a string of stored Howe Coal Co. unit train cars onto the main.
I can almost hold my breath all the way across! 45 mph