My great, great uncle Robert F. McKee, Sr., was a design engineer at Baldwin and he would give my father different Baldwin Locomotive Works builder's cards when my father would visit him in Collin... (more)
Alton & Southern SD60's #2205 & 2204 lead Union Pacific Train MBNAS southbound down the Springfield Sub through Elkhart, Illinois., on their way back to St. Louis, MO., from Bloomington, Illinois.
Running in beautiful late afternoon sunlight, Alton & Southern SD60's #2205 & 2204 lead Union Pacific Train MBNAS southbound as they roar down the Springfield Sub through McLean, Illinois., on the... (more)
Running in beautiful late afternoon sunlight, Alton & Southern SD60's #2205 & 2204 lead Union Pacific Train MBNAS southbound as they roar down the Springfield Sub through Shirley, Illinois., on th... (more)
UPs Bloomington to Alton & Southern manifest, a train normally utilizing UPs finest road power, features some Alton & Southern painted locomotives this evening… seen here rumbling out of McLean ... (more)
High above the small farm town of McLean, UPs Bloomington to Alton & Southern manifest crawls south after meeting Amtrak. Todays train features the two sole ALS painted locomotives.
A&S 2205 leads the daily transfer over to Saint Louis Mo.
MITCHELL TOWER IL Aug 3 1976 — Alton & Southern SW1500 1510 and A&S transfer caboose 13949 pass Mitchell tower. My photo.
Alton & Southern 2044 get's ready to shove back to pick up a line of cars to trim.
A&S 2204 heads southbound with a transfer from the Trra. Seen to the right is a local yard job, Both units supporting the new Alton & Southern paint.
A&S 2204 leads the MBNAS south toward Springfield IL.
St. Louis Escapee. An early MBNAS rockets south through the small community of Williamsville with a pair of SD60s and a decent sized train for the A&S. One of the two recently A&S painted S... (more)
Newly painted Alton & Southern SD60s 2205 and 2204 lead the 101 job West up the East approach of the MacArthur bridge, heading towards downtown St. Louis to interchange with the UP. This is the fi... (more)
Good view of the crew accommodation in the short hood. Tex-Mex did this on some units. Photo by unknown. From my collection.