Terminal 102 is shoving back into Granite City Steel with a cut of empty cars.
A pair of TRRA locomotives shove a cut of empty coke hoppers back into the tracks at Granite City Steel.
TRRA drills cars at the south end of Madison Yard.
A TRRA local reverses towards Granite City Works.
A pulldown out of Madison Yard takes headroom across the diamond at Big Bend. TRRA 3004, an SD40-2 in the Terminal's sharp paint scheme, leads the way.
TRRA SD40-2 3004 leads a pulldown out of the south end of Madison Yard.
A TRRA slug set reverses a train into Granite City Steel.
TRRA SD40-2's 3002 and 3006 work one of the Madison Yard hump jobs on a sunny afternoon.
A pair of TRRA SD40-2's prepare to shove their last car over the hump at Madison Yard.
On a sunny April Fool's Day 2020, the Terminal Railroad Association of St. Louis makes a delivery to US Steel's Granite City Works. Leading the way is GP40-2R #307, followed by SD40-2 #3007.
Terminal Railroad Association of St. Louis 2002, photographed at the railroad’s Madison Yard in Venice, Illinois, rolled out of the General Motors Electro-Motive Division factory in November 1967 ... (more)
The St. Louis "Polar Express" heads north on the TRRA high line as it ducks through the tunnels by the famous arch.
The TRRA Polar Express rests in St. Louis Union Station between runs.
During the blue hour, a pair of TRRA geeps lead the Polar Express under the Eads Bridge in St. Louis.