A manifest heads through San Antonio on a hot Spring afternoon.
Westbound autos, probably empties bound for Mexico, split the signals next to the San Antonio Amtrak station.
A manifest heads through San Antonio.
What’s your favorite color? It’s in there.
Lettered for Frontier Rail Services but still carrying little ACWR reporting marks a Canadian immigrant is looking resplendent in the sun.
Nothing like a pretty logo. Evidently on lease. These former CN units became orphans rather early in life much to the benefit of second hand purchasers.
SP’s huge fleet of SW1500s really got around after retirement. Here’s another, in a really attractive paint scheme.
Former UP unit working the large industrial park.
This ex-Conrail unit serves a large industrial park on the San Antonio Central. Now resplendent in a paint scheme.
This ex-Conrail unit serves a large industrial park on the San Antonio Central
Another view of a grizzled veteran decrepit despite many facelifts. Originally ATSF, ex Eastern Idaho and who knows what else this unit was later stenciled JLCX and left the area.
A grizzled veteran decrepit despite many facelifts. Originally ATSF, ex Eastern Idaho and who knows what else this unit was later stenciled JLCX and left the area.
Working the big auto terminal is a real boomer. originally Gulf Oil, then Clark Refining, then Chevron and now here. must be fun to run with temps around 115 and no AC.
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