TRRA 3006 works a set of high wides around TRRA's Madison Yard.
A pair of the Terminal's SD40-2's work the hump job at Madison Yard.
Staying occupied classifying railcars, a matched deuce of TRRA SD40 variants work Terminals' Madison Yard "Hump Job" on a beautiful mid-June evening. The Terminal Railroad Association of St. Louis... (more)
A pair of TRRA SD40-2s switch the hump at Madison yard.
Rolling through Terminal Railroad Association of Saint Louis' Madison Yard in Venice, Illinois, is TRRA SD40-2 3006 (and 3002). This sharp-looking engine was built by EMD in July 1979 as Union Pa... (more)
A pair of TRRA SD40-2's working the hump at Madison Yard
A pair of six axle TRRA engines drag a cut of cars over the hump.
While waiting on a bridge for the steam train, a few other shots made themselves possible.
In Its second day of service since being painted, the #3006 is working the hump at Madison Yard with an unpainted sister.
The first TRRA six axle locomotive to wear the new TRRA livery. This former CIT/UP SD40-2 is one of 3 recently purchased and first painted.Taken on TRRA property with permission !