Todays KCS "Junk Train" is running very late, usually it is already into East St. Louis.This train has been using borrowed IC&E/DM&E power out of Kansas City for the last couple of months.
This Snoot Nose Duece led "The Junk Train" into East St. Louis.It is waiting for its next trip,note the oddball KCS logo on the cab.
Finally near the East St. Louis terminal, KCS 4057 and company await clearance through Valley Junction at 19th Street. Shortly after proceeding, the heavy M train would break a knuckle and tie up... (more)
A unit train of empty bulkhead flats, presumably headed for storage in East St. Louis, with TFM SDP40 1320.
An all KCS grey consist leads a rare daylight 'junk' train east.
KCS makes an unusual move on UPs route to Valley Junction. A KCS transfer occupied their normal route into the East St. Louis Terminal Yard.
Engineer Sellers keeps a close eye on conductor Engles as they rejoin their train following a setout at Pleasant Hill siding.
A KCS mix train enters the joint trackage with UP for the remainder of its trip to East St. Louis.
4679 blasts through the small Illinois town of Kane on an unusual daylight trip south.
A very short 9-car MKCVN flys by Maryville Road.KCS has recently started running this train daily ,resulting in some short trains some days.
Five units bring MKCVN into East St. Louis.