The crew of the Aberdeen local build their train as heavy snow falls on top of them at Willmar yard.
Two GTW locomotives bring a short train towards Keenan yard as they battle the cold weather on a spring day.
Two former ATSF Warbonnets lead a northbound local job from Amarillo to Etter as they leave behind a storm.
Two Bessemer tunnel motors bring a loaded T-bird through Iron Junction in the snow.
A pair of former ATSF Warbonnets lead an eastbound local train as they climb a hill at Parsley Road outside of Amarillo bound for Pampa.
After an overnight stay in Heavener, the northbound business train continues the journey to Kansas City. It's seen going around an s-curve near Siloam Springs.
KCS 1 climbs the hill at Eagleton, bringing the business train from Laredo, TX to Kansas City, MO over the railroad's iconic route through Rich Mountain.
After recent storms in the area caused minor damage and obstructions on the MNA Aurora subdivision, the arrival of the Carthage South Local into Cotter was pushed back to mid-morning, giving much ... (more)
MNA train Cotter South Local runs alongside the bluffs at Calico Rock as they make their way towards Batesville with 3363 in the lead.
A northbound empty grain train originating from Springdale passes through an s-curve in Garfield as they head towards Monett to hand the train off to BNSF. Leading is number 1064, a C44-9W in the ... (more)
A trio of G&W orange locomotives pull the Cotter South Local through Sylamore, Arkansas with a blanket of snow on the ground.
MNA 3363 brings the Cotter South Local into Guion as clouds in the sky create a wall of shadows in the background.
The MNA Cotter All-Purpose crosses over Old US-62 near Yellville with 7 locomotives of lite power headed to Bergman to build a gain train.
The South Yard Local departs from the Kansas Avenue railyard in Springfield, Missouri with former BN SD40-2 number 1915 leading.
UP 2001 leaves behind the Ozark Plateaus as it passes through Morrilton, Arkansas, leading a southbound manifest bound for North Little Rock.