On a late summer evening, I get down from the Katy heritage unit to do a roll by for a passing Southbound manifest while in the hole at Gard. Photo taken by D. Sanderbeck with my camera. Canon 350... (more)
The Mo-Pac Heritage Unit leads an old SP tunnel motor accross the Kaskaskia River.
With the sun below the horizon, IHOYC creeps northward towards Dupo past one of the few trees along this portion of the line. Canon 350D.
During the last light of the day, the IHOYC and its two heritage units skim north with the bluffs and the moon in the background. Canon 350D.
Both the Mo-Pac and Katy heritage units get some special attention from the Dupo car forman. Canon 350D.
Late at night, 1988 and 1982 sit in Dupo yard while their new crew gets ready to do some switching in the yard. Canon 350D.
The Dynamic Duo are reunited again! This time The Katy Heritage unit leads her early morning train along with the Mo-Pac Heritage unit through beautiful southern Missouri.
The Mo-Pac Heritage unit leads an old SP tunnel motor through the Mississippi River bottoms. This reminds me of the good old days when Mo-Pac and SP used to share this line.
No catching a Heritage unit this day on the IHOYC as UP 4191 heads north through the small town of Tuckerman in central Arkansas on the Hoxie Sub.
The Mo-Pac Heritage unit leads it's train northbound along the Mississippi River through Chester, IL, as it's competition pushes some barges south on the river.
The MoPac heritage unit takes the curve off the Chester Sub and on to the Springfield Sub at Valley Jct., the color of the locomotive almost perfectly blends into the sky. Canon 350D.
Question for the engineer: Who got the better shot? My photo of your train, or your photo of our mob of railfans taking photos of your train?
After the flood of 1993 destroyed the town, it was relocated to the top of the bluffs in the background.
Rolling past the beautiful fields and bluffs of the Mississippi River bottoms.
Crossing over to the lefthand main as they travel through the Mississippi River Bottoms.