The Texas Chief arrives back on the Galveston Subdivision and accelerates to track speed as the excursion returns to the island. The classic Warbonnet F7s are passing one the few remaining ... (more)
Energy Capital: Oil trains and power lines, two signs of the energy might that Houston holds. This westbound out of the Galveston area awaits a clear signal while distant storms create a om... (more)
The Galveston Railroad Museum's Texas Chief excursion is heading south back to the museum as their two "Warbonnet" F units lead the way at track speed.
Texas Chief excursion special northbound from the Galveston RR museum to Brenham TX.
The Galveston Railroad Museum's hurricane evacuation rehearsal train clears the classic Santa Fe searchlight signals at Manvel, a nice addition to Warbonnet painted F units.
The Galveston Railroad Museum special nears the end of its journey as it runs next to the bay, approaching the causeway that serves as the sole rail access to Galveston Island.
Galveston Railroad Museum's F-units speed away from the Gulf of Mexico as they head toward Rosenberg, TX at track speed.
BNSF's Somerville, TX to Sealy, TX local blasts through Brenham on its southbound journey with an appropriately painted lead unit.
The AAPRCO special rolls by remnants of heavy track work recently done on the Galveston Sub. Click 'Kansas City Chief' above for more photos of the train. The consist was in order as follows: AMTK... (more)
A BNSF train with TFM/KCS power heads north/west toward Temple, TX and the next crew change point.
BNSF rock loads from Brownsville accelerate out of Sealy with 3 SD45-2u's (6478, 6485, 6469) leading the way to Pearland. Absolutely wonderful!!!
An A-B-A set of old and new BNSF Geeps lead the "South Local" from Temple to Somerville.