Transportacion Ferroviaria Mexicana was the Mexican railroad owned by Kansas City Southern and later renamed Kansas City Southern de México. But for a while, TFM’s locomotives were painted in ... (more)
Double header SD40's passing the DeQueen Depot.
TFM 1654 pushes CSX Q557 west past the old Rock Island depot in Seneca, Illinois
Norfolk Southern Train 24E heads East to Atlanta, GA. As they pass through Cook Springs, AL. With a what is now rare TFM SD70MAC on the point
TFM 1654 (SD70MAC) pushes CSX Q557 past the old Rock Island depot in Marseilles, Illinois
A TFM MAC and a KCS Belle MAC lead a transfer across the UP Metro Sub and toward the Incline where the train will turn south and head for BNSF's Argentine Yard.
With the majority re-numbered and re-stenciled KCS, I didn't think I'd ever photograph another TFM, especially 10 years after the change to KCS de Mexico.
476 kicks up the snow on a cold midwestern day with a Mexican vistor leading the way.