Duo of GP38-3, No.2005 and No.2003 of Terminal Railroad Association of St. Louis, moves UP autorack cars by TRRA Merchants District, in the city of St. Louis. They go to the front of the two UP lo... (more)
Foster Townsend Rail Logistics EMD GP9 locomotive No.207, assigned and working at the Lange-Stegmann Company's grain facility on the banks of the Mississippi River, service provider to the fertili... (more)
Passing under the massive MacArthur Bridge, UP Beelman unit train coming from 12th street yard in downtown Saint Louis, enter to Union Pacific Lesperance Street yard, by the high line connection.
Interesting number of locomotives in former Manufacturer's Railway Company Engine House located in Arsenal St, Kosciusko, Saint Louis. This facility is now owned by Foster Townsend Rail Logistics.... (more)
UP train ASKC is rolling thru the Grand Avenue plant in St. Louis with carloads of frames on the head end destined to one of the Kansas City vehicle assembly plants. There were still 2 assembly pl... (more)
Meeting of UP trains at different level, near McArthur Bridge, at the entrance to a Union Pacific Lesperance Street yard in Saint Louis MO. A pleasure to see classic material, EMD GP38-2 No. 842 p... (more)
The engineer looks through a cloud of steam as the crew performs some needed maintenance to the driver rods after its trip from Jefferson city, Mo to St. Louis, Mo as rain clouds build from the we... (more)
A look inside the cab of UP Big Boy steam locomotive No. 4006
BNSF northbound coal train, passing over the closed Washington Ave by elevated line of TRRA Merchants District, under the Eads Bridge after crossing the tunnels in front of the Gateway Arch, all t... (more)
Dusk has arrived as a pair of matched Union Pacific EMD SD60s lift an eastbound UP 12th St Yard to A&S Gateway Yard transfer job over the rough industrial scene of St. Louis' riverfront. The train... (more)
Playing peek-a-boo amongst the gritty structures of downtown St. Louis' riverfront, a former Missouri Pacific EMD GP38-2 works Lesperance St yard's 0700 YSL14R 21 "Dump Job" as it drags ... (more)
Visiting the ex-Manufacturers Railway Company engine house is always interesting -- there's always an interesting assortment of power outside and around, awaiting maintenance.
Here we see a ... (more)
P42 112 is looking pretty clean, and is a good example of the full Phase V livery including the red sill stripe across the nose, and Amtrak Blue number board with white frutiger numbers.
The Texas Eagle and a Terminal Railroad Association of St. Louis train are neck and neck at the station.
The Missouri River Runner is on the left, and a Lincoln Service train is on the right at St. Louis. The iconic painted facade of the Sheraton hotel to dress it up to look more ornate than it is c... (more)