Remembering the Manny: Unfortunately, nothing in this photo exists anymore. In 2005 a Manny SW1500 pulls a lone boxcar through Century Used Brick at the corner of Barton and 2nd Street. Cen... (more)
Remembering the Manny: Unfortunately, nothing in this photo exists anymore. In 2005 a Manny SW1500 pulls a lone boxcar through Century Used brick headed back towards 2nd St. There weren't b... (more)
1 of the 2 Manufacturers SW-1500s that are leased to industries at the Tri City Port.
Manufacturers #255 is leased to one of the many industries located at Tri-City Port.Alot of barges are loaded here on a shipping canal that connects to the Mississippi River.
Manufacturers Railway Company SW 1500 # 255 works to load grain cars, at the Tr-City Regional Port District Mid-Coast Terminal on Saturday, April 23, 2008. The towboat Ernie T. Wellhausen is in fo... (more)
The Arch is just visable above this parked unit
The MRS crew comes off Dorcas Street and heads towards the yard after switching the huge Anheuser-Busch Brewery. From the yard they will then run down 2nd street to access Century Used Brick.
MRS 255 sits smack-dab in the middle of second street as the crew goes about switching Century Used Brick late in the afternoon.
MRS 255 shoves some SLSC cars into the Anheuser-Busch storage yard on humid St. Louis afternoon.
MRS #255 and a T.R.R.A. SW1200 sit outside the engine house late this afternoon.
MRS 255, an EMD SW1500, pulls 3 empty covered hoppers out of the A-B brewery, and yes, that is a woman railroader riding the front steps.
MRS 255 putters around the yard this beautiful Sunday morning.