Rock Island train number 509, The Rocket, is seen at Wichita Kansas in 1940. Otto Conrad Perry photo, from my collection.
AT&SF 4-6-4 3456 leads train 2, The Scout, at Wichita Kansas in May of 1940. Note the clanging bell, and rods down, at 25 MPH. Otto Conrad Perry photo, from my collection.
AT&SF thirteen car mixed train number 67 is approaching the Wichita Kansas station in 1937. Otto Perry photo, from my collection.
SKOL 4246 leads a southbound local through South Wichita Junction on its way out of downtown
UP 4009 leads a loaded grain drag south onto the Enid Subdivision on its way out of downtown Wichita
ATSF E6 number 12 leads a seven car train 12, The Chicagoan, near Wichita Kansas in 1940. Otto Conrad Perry photo from my collection.
A toasted BNSF 5207 leads a unit ethanol train over the 'hump' in downtown Wichita.
The UP 1943 'The Spirit' arrives at the North end of the Wichita yard where it will make a set out and pick up before continuing its journey south towards Forth Worth.
Two orange GE's lead a special move of military equipment through Wichita, Kansas as it heads east on the Ark City Sub.
It's not long after sunrise as a ratty triclops leads a local racing southeast out of Wichita on trackage rights over the BNSF mainline.
BNSF 4252 leads an eastbound stack train over the hump in downtown Wichita, Kansas.
So much green and red you'd think it was Christmas time! The UP 1988 Katy Heritage Unit leads the M-WTKC 19 out of Wichita.
A freshly painted UP 1988 'The Katy' Heritage Unit leads a short manifest out of Wichita, Kansas bound for Kansas City, MO.
The Boeing 737 aircraft fuselage train with BNSF5772/4044 (ES44AC/C44-9W) transporting four 737 fuselages on specially modified freight railcars and accompanying “skybox” cars with other parts... (more)
Looking scruffy and unloved, Kansas & Oklahoma Railroad (KO) locomotives 4029/4010 (ex CN GP40-2LW) trundle a short trip train between Hutchinson and Yaggy KS