Three GP15-1's take the days grain and sand outbounds toward the BNSF interchange in Lometa. Here the train is passing through a small cut that reduced the grade over the farms in the settlement o... (more)
What looks like Purple Horsemint wildflowers surround the right-of-way and this train getting a fresh crew. I'm not a fan of mint, but a horse would make some crew changes easier. This great Texas... (more)
Footings from the past sit as a reminder of the railroads history as it quickly grows into the future.
A wet winter and early spring invited an explosion of floral vegetation to cover parts of the railroad. With MOW crews and Texas heat battling at the unwanted guests, scenes like this will soon be... (more)
The evening westbound crosses the last trestle out of the San Saba River bottom, click here to see the train crossing the m... (more)
The local switch job has finished spotting empties and pulling loads from the "sand hole" with 9525 and 412. It has pulled up to the yard and tied down along side the road train that has arrived f... (more)
All four GP15's depart Brady with over 70 loads bound for interchange with BNSF in Lometa.
A train with wheat from Watonga is preparing to go on duty with a former Northern Pacific GP7 leading a GP7u, CF7 and a GP10 that still wears McCoy Elkhorn Coal Corporation paint.
The yard job builds outbounds for the MSAFW on a wet central Texas morning. The sun momentarily broke through the clouds and offered a reflection in the puddles.
An evening rock train approaches Bastrop, Texas on the Waco Subdivision.
A brilliant setting sun illuminates a westbound manifest crawling out of the Dallas skyline with a full moon lingering over, preparing to offer a brilliant illumination of its own.
Slowly rolling through the neighborhood, the train momentarily splits traffic as it runs down the middle of Mason Street.
A big wave from a GP9 wobbling by grandmothers house is offered to a youngster getting his first taste of railroading on a hot summer day.
An evening train splits the signals as it nears the Hermosa Tunnels.
The silence of the rural San Saba River is rattled to life by the passing of a train slowly heading toward Brady.