Generally known as “white knights,” KCS’s highest numbered SD-40 636 leads two mates and their southbound train by the brick depot at DeRidder, La. on Feb. 15, 1973. The last KCS passenger train,... (more)
A single KCS GP-30 has five F B units MU’ed as they tow northbound traffic through DeRidder, La. in the morning sunlight on Nov. 26, 1969.
With No. 116 in the lead, two KCS GP-30’s have three F B units between them as the five team up to hustle southbound tonnage through DeRidder, La. on May 22, 1970. The train is headed to any of ... (more)
A-Train Video.com and still photographers gathered at obscure grade crossings to document the historic passage of the Valley Eagle led by the Queen of the Rails, UP 844.