Terminal Central Belt is coming off the Merchants bridge and into Missouri.
On Halloween, TRRA's 101 job steps over Merchant's Bridge, bound for NS's Luther Yard.
4 TRRA SW-1500's are poked out of 12th street yard while delivering a transfer to the UP. Sadly the switcher era on the TRRA ended, with rebuilt geeps being used now.
A set of four GP38s idles at the locomotive facility.
Two pairs of 38s work the yard. Note the high-mounted, five-chime horns.
Terminal Railroad job shoving cars for interchange with National Steel .
The afternoon TRRA hump job pulls out past Broadway St.
Two GP38s back steel cars into a track at the eastern edge of the yard.
A couple of GP38-2s go about their switching duties as the folks next door at Contegra continue generating scrap metal.
Well worn ex Terminal Railroad Association SW9 #1207 is now the remote controlled car spotter at the elevator in La Paz, IN off the CSX former B&O main.
Two pairs of GP38-2s haul strings of cars out of the yard.
TRRA No. 2005 idles quietly near TRRA's yard office.
Twp pairs of GP38-2s work the yard as an empty UP coal train passes headed north.
As an ex-SP tunnel motor sits quietly in front of the shop, a pair of vintage 40s pushes a long string of cars over the hump.
TRRA 2001 and 2009 spend a pleasant afternoon resting north of the engine facility at Madison Yard. The clean paint is illuminated by the nice low light.