UP 1983 leads the KSEMN around the sharp curve at Cole Jct Mo. I arrived about 45 seconds before the train did thanks to a stopped coal train ahead of it.
An eb coal train swings around the big curve at MP 117 after crossing the Osage River on the new track 1 bridge. This is one of the few spots on the line where you can see the entire train. Thi... (more)
A baretable train emerges into the sun as it travels west to Kansas City on the UP Sedalia Sub.
The NS Employee Appreciation Special is seen heading east on the NS Moberly-St. Louis line just west of Berkely at Lindberg Blvd.
Having received a new crew, the MASKC accelerates past the Sand Plant crossing as a Herzog Ballast train leaves the yard and pulls out on to main one. It will cross over to main two and follow the... (more)
Interesting power leads UP autorack train AASAM across the Osage River. The new bridge is to the left of the train.
Local power waits for its next assignment under the gaze of the Missouri State Capitol building at the "Mill Bottoms" in downtown Jefferson City Mo.
LSE 23 slowly trundles down the short street running segment of the Bagnell Ind Lead at W McCarty and Bolivar Streets. The shot was taken from the on ramp to US Hwy 54/63 with the help of one of ... (more)
Amtrak train 313, the Missouri River Runner accelerates across Ware's Creek after stopping to take on passengers at the Jefferson City depot, about a quarter mile east of this location. The train... (more)
LSE 23, the Bagnell Ind Lead local, heads up the east leg of the wye in the Mill Bottoms of Jefferson City, MO. to switch the RR Donnelly and Federal Recycling plants. The Missouri State Capitol... (more)
UP train AASAMX 30 with freshly repainted CSX power arrives for a crew change. Another crew was joking about the venerable loco's tiny seats and minimal arm rests.
Another coal train leaves town with a fresh crew as it catches the Sun's last rays of the day.
SLSF 1522 powers an excursion to Springfield, Mo. on the BN Cuba Sub. It was on a round-about trip to Atlanta for the NRHS convention.
1522 powers a photo run by alongside the Stanton siding. Note the unusual dwarf signal governing the siding. This was the 2nd from last excursion for the famous locomotive.
1522 Blows for the Hwy T crossing as it crests the top of Iron Hill on its 2nd from last run.