A Brand New ES44C4 Leads a Westbound Z Train Through Fort Madison Iowa. This train will make a crew change at the Amtrak Station and then head west toward Kansas City and Points West. The Train is... (more)
Lite engine move on the roll eastbound at Fort Madison when the Santa Fe still looked like it should.
From the Silver Rails Gallery Archives: Santa Fe's #1, part of the "One Spot Twins," is in charge of a westbound Super Chief as it makes a station stop at Ft. Madison.
The Norfolk & Western heritage waits for a crew to take it and a block of double stacks to the NS at Ashland Avenue.
UP 7380 leads Westbound Autorack Train AGBML-17. The head end is passing the old Santa Fe Station, an old Santa Fe Caboose, and Santa Fe Steam Engine Number 2913, just out of the picture to the ri... (more)
BNSF 7277 leads a westbound intermodal. The rear of this train is still on the drawbridge spanning the Mighty Mississippi River, as the head end snakes its way through Fort Madison.
BNSF 7581 Leads a Westbound Intermodal at Fort Madison IA. This train is passing the old Santa Fe Depot in Fort Madison where they have on display an old Santa Fe Caboose, seen just behind the sta... (more)
A momentary break in the clouds allows a splash of evening sunlight to shine on BNSF's swing bridge across the Mississippi. In just a few moments, the BNSF stack train crossing the bridge will be ... (more)
With a new crew on board, this westbound Q-train takes off from Ft. Madison on main #2. The BNSF uses the Ft. Madison yard as a block swap for alot of stack train east and westbound. As you can se... (more)
BN 7140,7080,5907,5391 slowly pass the BN station with eastbound coal loads. It was a long time ago but if I remember correctly the BN line looked like it had recently had ballast and ribbon rail ... (more)
BNSF 7811, 6680, 6821, 5171, 7252 and 4912 start up a long stack train right after a crew change in Fort Madison, Iowa.
A BNSF stack train passes a marina in Fort Madison and is about to cross over the famed double deck bridge spanning the Mississippi River.