A BNSF windmill train and a Kansas City Southern grain shuttle both sit under the bluffs in Council Bluffs, IA.
The freshly painted Southern Belle Twins bring a loaded grain train down Godfrey Hill and across the Wood River, bound for East St. Louis, IL.
The freshly painted Southern Belle Twins bring a loaded grain train through M&O Junction, as they get ready to duck under the MacArthur Bridge approach.
AMTK 91 flys past KCSM 4679 headed towards East St. Louis.
KCSM 4679 AND KCS 3997 PASSING THROUGH VENICE YARD ON ITS WAY TO EAST ST. LOUIS, IL.
4679 blasts through the small Illinois town of Kane on an unusual daylight trip south.
4679 is already needing a wash after the recent thunderstorms and heavy rain throughout the midwest.
Long stops for setouts and pickups at Wood River and Roodhouse, Illinois has left the crew just 5 minutes service time remaining as they approach the Mexico, Missouri depot.
MVNKC slowly enters the Mexico, Missouri yard limits over East Liberty Street. 4679 has made a few trips between East St. Louis and Kansas City now, mostly after dark or under heavy clouds.
One of the new KCSM heritage units sits at the KCS E. St. Louis engine facilities on a warm spring night. The St. Louis skyline is partially visible in the background. Canon 350D.
One of the new KCSM heritage units sits at the KCS E. St. Louis engine facilities on a warm spring night. Quite a contrast to the gray KCS switchers. Canon 350D
This unit was released from the Metro East Industries paint shop on March 19, 2007. The logos on the side of the cab are KCS. KCSM 4650 painted in Mexico has KCSM logos. Rumor has it that this uni... (more)
4679 has just been delivered to the KCS sporting its sharp new look. It will be making a trip back to MEI, however, as a KCS shield was applied to the cab rather than the appropriate KCSM shield.