A westbound BNSF local waits to return west to Amarillo after interchanging with the Panhandle Northern. However, heavy westbound traffic on the mainline had the local stuck here for quite a while... (more)
Built in May 1953 as one of 23 F7s geared for a maximum speed of 80 mph it was used in both freight and passenger service until Amtrak. Photo taken from my slide collection, photographer unknown.
A lonely grain elevator stands tall in the background as a manifest with a hodgepodge mix of power rolls east towards Panhandle on the BNSF Panhandle Sub
Santa Fe between Borger and Panhandle, Texas on July 11, 1964, the 263C-2791A-2789A-2637 (F7A-GP7B-GP7B-F7A). No photographer's name listed on slide. RL Collection.
The cool fall air is evident as the DPU of a loaded corn syrup train puts off a lot of heat as it keeps its tonnage in check as the train enters the town of Panhandle, TX
BNSF 4407 leads the QSTOATG intermodal east past the puddles from the much needed rain we recieved over Easter weekend.
BNSF 7736 leads an eastbound stacker as the very first light from the sun hits the unit head on. Crew is working hard to make sure they read the signals right. In the distance the grain towers sta... (more)
My first sunrise shot that turned out about as good as I could have asked for. Its 5:30 am and the signals are lined up eastbound movement as this Herzog work train is the first one in the line. T... (more)
SD40-2's #6857 & 6392 pass the well maintained station at Panhandle, TX.