A former Washington Terminal SW1 sits at Union Station in St. Louis.
St. Louis Union Station was just a shell of its former glory in 1977, but Amtrak service was still relatively decent. Two trains are shown juxtaposed in this black and white study.
Terminal Railroad Association 2005 and 2004 sit on display for National Train Day at St. Louis Union Station.
Four steam locomotives gather at St. Louis, Missouri, on June 14, 1990. Cotton Belt No. 819, Norfolk and Western No. 1218, Union Pacific No. 844 and Frisco No. 1522 simmer the night away under the... (more)
Amtrak's Inter-American to Texas is ready to depart from the huge St. Louis Union Station. The photographer rode to San Antonio aboard this train in a sleeping car.
Sitting on the parking lot under I-64/US-40.
Sitting under I-64/US 40 on the parking lot of Union Station.
Sitting at St. Louis Union Station for the night after arriving in town around 4:30PM.
At night, one can get a feel for what it must have been like in 1960s, when Union Station was still a major hub. Now RailCruise America calls it home. Here the conductor helps passengers disembark... (more)
With the flip of a switch the resident switcher at Union Station, former T.R.R.A. 2024, jumps to life. In about a half-an-hour, the crew will run out and pull a hot peice of private varnish off Am... (more)
Locomotives 102 and 103 are decorated for the Christmas season with icicle lights on the stainless steel grill.
The RailCruise America every-Saturday dinner train pauses for a minute shortly after arriving at Union Station.
Putting the finishing toutches on the tail car of the Kerry-Edwards Special, the day before the excursion.
Assembling the Kerry-Edwards Special. A nostalgic shot, a former T.R.R.A. switcher switching coaches at Union Station, this could almost be the 60s.
A private car sits on one of the remaining tracks at STL Union Station.