Topeka cab GP7u 2001 slows to a crawl as it enters the yard limits on the northeast side of Columbia.
Topeka cab GP7u 2001 has a larger than normal train in tow as it rolls through the community of Browns Station on a chilly winter morning.
"Wabash" in MissouriColumbia Terminal Railroad GP7 2001 has just brought the Columbia Star Dinner Train back to the "station" (in actuality the parking lot of Co... (more)
COLT 2001 is sitting quietly at it's place at the COLT's Transload Facility on apparently it's day off from servicing it's Columbia customer's. The city of Columbia own's the COLT and run on an ex... (more)
Columbia Star Dinner Train's #1950 leads a train of Columbia Terminal Railroad freight towards the NS interchange in Centralia, MO.
The Centrailia Middle School football team obviously doesn't have any Railfans on it or they wouldn't be paying attention to who has the ball. They were all oblivious to the fine collection of loc... (more)
Operating on former Wabash rails, the Columbia Terminal Railroad runs traffic from an interchange with NS in Centralia to Columbia, Missouri. They also host the Columbia Star Dinner Train, which ... (more)
Wabash F7A 1950 and NS SD70ACe 1070 lead an interchange train for the Columbia Terminal Railroad in Centralia. This is all located on original Wabash territory. Photo by Casey Thomason. For mor... (more)
COLT 2001 sits in the transload facility just outside of Columbia on a fine fall day.
Colt is owned by the City of Columbia and it operates the former NS line from Centralia to Columbia.
This is the entire fleet of the COLT. It is owned by the City of Columbia and it operates the former NS line from Centralia to Columbia.
COLT operates a former Wabash branch stretching from Columbia, MO to Centralia, MO.