Stopping in the siding at Dresden is UP Train ZSEMN 31. It will be here a while, as another flood detour coal load ahead of it has pulled a drawbar and is setting out a car with the help of the J... (more)
The UP River Sub. is out because, well, the Missouri River that the line is named after is out of its banks. So when flooding happens, the UP Sedalia Sub. is again a bi-directional railroad. Fir... (more)
A Union Pacific freight from St. Louis eases into the Dresden Siding to meet Amtrak's "Missouri River Runner." A break in traffic on the westbound lanes of HWY 50 was welcomed to grab a couple sho... (more)
A UP empty coal train eases into Dresden Siding with the local Tyson elevator towering in the distance. This coal train will meet Amtrak's eastbound River Runner, #316.
The Woes of the Sedalia Sub. With the Missouri River flooding and covering parts of Union Pacific's River Sub, the railroad has moved eastbound traffic to the primarily-westbound Sedalia Su... (more)
Grassy and Good for 70....Amtrak Heritage Engine #156 leads the morning eastbound River Runner at the east end of Dresden Siding.