TFM 1652 led the MXJA up the hill at about 30mph this morning while coming under Washington St.
Standing on the old wooden hump-back bridge is scary when you have a train come right under you!
The KCS Rankin turn was out a headlight and was forced to wait for a wire. The wire didn't work, but they left anyway.
The typical westbound pig was rolling through the siding at Brandon at the typical time of day. Had a non-typical FURX engine on it though.
KCS 4619 headed up the short KCS pig sitting in the yard today.
A short BNSF job comes onto the spur being pushed and pulled at the same time. Kinda funny sight.
A TFM Repaint (KCS de Mexico) sits on the lead of a short pig waiting to head out.
Caught the Rankin turn job coming out of High Oak this morn on the way to church.
A loaded BNSF coal passes an NS mix one early morning in Memphis
The Detector and a tower sit at this crossing and begin calculating as CLAT speeds by.
Mr. Cooper's spot once again... rounding the curve at East Rankin.
Having church this morning might have been a little loud. Yes, I made it to church myself, but ours didn't start til 9:15.
Shot taken in memory of a good friend, Mr. Cooper. This was his favorite spot.
This EB morning pig passes a few KCS SD's waiting to be fueled for the road.
Went flyin, just happened to see a train creeping across the MS river! What timing.