A St Louis bound stack train passing through Niangua with a Warbonnet on lead.
The south yard job passing through north yard on their way back to the Kansas avenue yard.
A BNSF light engine move under what I believe was symbol M-SPMSPM1-30A slowly rolls through Lebanon Missouri back toward Springfield. The crew had just realigned a switch and was just getting back... (more)
The BNSF Cuba Sub local rolls through St. Clair Missouri passing by a set of Searchlights guarding the west side of St. Clair siding.
A pair of ex BN Geeps and a H1 BNSF Geep lead the Cuba Sub local westward through Pacific Missouri. Just days later the Meramec River would flood a large area of the Meramec River Valley, and this... (more)
A quartet of GE products from both BNSF and NS lead BNSF train G-STLELP6-22A through Lebanon Missouri. This 4,091 foot, 13,442 ton, 95 car train of loaded corn syrup is seen passing the buildings ... (more)
A pair of BNSF GE products are on the head end of 6,332ft long BNSF train G-HAYFRS3-24A. The 95 cars and 13,271 tons of loaded cottonseed out of Hayti Missouri bound for Fresno California are seen... (more)
A northbound coal empty heading towards Springfield yard.
BNSF H-GALTUL9-21A heads uphill into Lebanon Missouri on BNSF's Cuba Subdivision with 73 cars enroute from Galesburg Illinois to Tulsa Oklahoma.
Three GE products lead a westbound manifest up a small grade and through Cuba Missouri.
Westbound intermodal led by a trio of ES44DC's flies through the railroad town of Pacific, MO.
BNSF Train QSTLLAC rolls down the Cuba Sub through Dozier behind a trio of BNSF Gevos. The rides and roller coasters of Six Flags St. Louis can be seen in the background.
BNSF Train Q-STLLAC works its way through one of the many sags and crests along the Cuba Sub. This area is the foothills to the Ozark Mountains that are in Southwestern Missouri and Northern Arkan... (more)
A hot intermodal blasts around the curve on National Train Day!
After Meeting M-TULSTL1 05A at the Siding in Stanton MO BNSF Train M-STLTUL1 06A gets back under way rolling west through a neat S Curve Just west of Stanton Missouri.