UP 6643 in fresh paint from NLR is on the point of a short manifest in the WTJ yard at Wichita Falls, TX.
A pair of Wichita, Tillman and Jackson units idle the afternoon away at Wichita Falls.
A pair of BNSF's recently rebuilt SD75M's work a local at Wichita Falls in the late afternoon.
A couple of WTJR GP9s switch cars in the rugged little yard. UP power has brought cars to interchange with the shortline.
WT&J power with obvious UP heritage (but originally B&O) gets serviced at their yard in Wichita Falls, TX.
Colorado & Southern SD7 813 switches the yard in Wichita Falls, Texas, on March 3rd, 1973. Built by EMD in February 1953, C&S was at that time a subsidiary of the Chicago Burlington & Quincy. Wh... (more)
It's almost like looking back in time seeing a pair of old geeps getting washed outside the company engine house. These GP7's were recently sidelined by GP38-3's and most, if not all, have been so... (more)
WTF RR Museum
A pair of DPUs idles on the rear of a loaded coal train at the west end of Wichita Falls.
A pair of WT&J Geeps passes in front of the grain elevator in downtown Wichita Falls.
Interesting sign at the edge of BNSF's yard in downtown Wichita Falls. The town and area get hit by tornadoes often.
A pair of GP9s works the yard as a UP GP60 idles in the distance.
A westbound empty coal train departs Wichita Falls with a pair of DPUs on the rear.
An eastbound coal load passes another at the west end of Wichita Falls.
An eastbound coal train passes the DPUs of another as it enters Wichita Falls for a crew change.