The #283 train has a nice Conrail leader.
NS #111 is passing thru Coapman Yard, which is nothing more than a passing siding.He is about to hammer the daimonds with the A&S Railway.
The UP put together quite a lash-up for todays MASBN train.Both arrived at the Alton & Southern yesterday on different trains and were hooked up today for the trip north to Bloomington ILL.The dyn... (more)
A UP crew brought in 7793 and a very long manifest. Later an A&S crew yarded about 1/3 of the train and departed north with an SD 70ACe DPU.
This #167 has just crossed the daimonds with the Alton & Southern and is heading east towards Centralia ILL.
#167 has just passed the signals gaurding the daimonds with the Alton & Southern Railroad.
This guy is yarding his train at A&S Gateway Yard.It is nice too see the SD40-2 still being used on the mainline.
An A&S job is returning to Gateway Yard with cars from UP at St. Louis.
This UP train is putting away his train at A&S Gateway yard.The guy in front of the train just could not wait to trespass on the railroad, he is real lucky that the train on the next track was mov... (more)
A&S hump power drifting light power down back to bowl.These sets use former MoPac units on the point with remote installed.The #3340 is the trailing unit in this set.
This guy is yarding his train at A&S Gateway Yard.
What appears to be a race actually is not.The UP #5214 at right is a AFXAS train that is shoving into Gateway Yard.The UP #8320 is an AASCP train that has just departed A&S Gateway Yard.
NS #167 is in the pass at Coapman Yard, he is meeting a 23J train here.
This QNPAS is putting his train away into A&S Gateway Yard.Seen here north of the yard shoving into the bowl yard.
Power move after yarding a train. We are finally seeing some of UP's newer ES44ACs and SD 70Aces here in St. Louis.