Texas Gonzales and Northern GP7 102 was built by EMD in October 1950 for the St. Luis-San Francisco Railroad as their number 528. Chicago & North Western purchased it from the Frisco, chopped its... (more)
UP 4014 pulls its consist eastward past the signal cantilever at Harwood.
UP #6516 leads an westbound intermodal train through Harwood, Tx on the sunset route
GMD SD40s Deep in the Heart of TexasTexas Gonzales & Northern owns several former Canadian National SD40s, and in 2017 they are due to get repainted into the railroad's own (and new... (more)
Lone Star End-CabAlong with GP7s and SD40s, the Texas Gonzales and Northern Railroad also owns a few end-cab switchers - TXGN 106 is one of them. Built as Missouri Pacific SW1200 1... (more)
Cab Forward to Gonzales!A short freight consisting of grain hoppers departs the Texas Gonzales and Northern yard in Harwood, Texas, and makes its way to Gonzalez to switch some elev... (more)
Sitting in the Bright Texas SunOn October 27, 2016, Texas Gonzales & Northern Railway SD40 132 is seen just outside the railroad’s enginehouse in Harwood, Texas. Built by EMD's C... (more)
An empty Herzog ballast train heads west back to the mine at Knippa, TX for another load, seen here passing under the former SP signal bridge that will continue to see trains for the forseeable fu... (more)
An eastbound UP stack train passes through remote Harwood, TX under a former SP signal bridge on the Sunset Route. While this signal bridge looked better with searchlights, it is good to see it t... (more)
The rarely photographed TXGN is caught interchanging cars with UP on a Saturday morning. This railroad is rarely seen, let alone in good light and in an easily accessible location.
Although this is on the Southern Pacific, this lashup includes a C&NW unit, two NS units, and a former MoPac UP unit.
A ballast train idles on Harwood siding early on a Saturday morning in 1999.