The Belle Turn skirts by the former C&NW depot at Sturgis, SD.
The "Belle Turn" slides by the Black Hills National Cemetery (on former C&NW trackage) enroute to Rapid City, SD.
The local has their power tied up on the old freight house trackage hiding in the weeds below the towering grain silos near the Lawrence depot.
Thomas Hill coal loads creep southbound towards the power plant just outside of Bevier, MO.
6252 shoves on the rear of a "Tommy Hill" coal train through the cut between Maxwell and Thiehoff. The black diamonds are bound for the AEC power plant at Thomas Hill, MO.
H BRCKCK approaches Maxwell where the train will then join NS trackage for the rest of the trip into KC.
U CATSVL brings what looks like an empty tie train south (east) on the St. Joe Sub.
H BRCKCK begins to ease down grade at Thiehoff, approximately thirty minutes out of Kansas City (on clear signals).
KCS 4347, in the last light of day, shoves south across Front Street back to Knoche Yard as motorists wait their turn.
NS 1069 crosses the Grand River with a straight SD70 and autoracks in tow.
4012 East eases downgrade into the Missouri River bottoms just west of Glasgow.
A train of solid pigs for Stockton, CA hammers down on West Baring.
The Chief leaves westbound pigs in the dust underneath the Santa Fe searchlights at West Baring.
BNSF 7008 leads a Z train under the classic Santa Fe searchlights at West Baring, MO.
A northbound B&P freight waits for a crew near their depot at Salamanca, NY.