A pair of EMDX SD70ACe-T4s switch out Leesville yard in rural Louisiana.
Possibly the largest lash up to ever run on Q453, this train was bringing in EMD power for Florida rock train service.
The Galveston Warbonnets make an ultra rare run on the BNSF Galveston Subdivision. They are seen here at Rosenberg while BNSF guests de-train.
The freshly repainted Katy heritage unit sits in Katy TX waiting for the weekends Katy Historical Society convention.
The Casket of George Bush 41 rolls by while a member of the military stands at attention for the entire ride from Houston to College Station.
After completing its run pulling Bush 41s funeral train, UP 4141 throttles up leading north to Fort Worth, running across the East Texas plains one last time.
4014 rests at Rawlins after a great debut on its first leg of the trip to Ogden.
KCS 1 poses with a more modern GE counterpart. Its amazing to see the change in style of locomotive design over 50+ years. Maybe we have gone backwards in style....