As UP 1859 South passes Tower 60, an FWWR Cresson Turn waits for the UP to pass before heading south on its own line.
At dusk, new SD70ACe-T4 No. 3081 leads a northbound UP manifest at Tower 60.
A pair of EMD SD70ACes pushes on a long string of northbound BNSF coal empties crossing the Trinity River on the Ft. Worth Sub.
Switching Peach Yard with a northbound local, UP No. 1763 approaches the Trinity River on the Duncan Sub.
Not long before sunset, a quartet of UP Railpower RP20 gensets switches Peach Yard with a local.
FWWR 2004 South, the Cresson Local, leaves the double crossing at Tower 60 behind and prepares to accelerate through Ft. Worth.
A couple of ACEs push on BNSF coal empties as they head north on UP's Duncan Sub. The train will likely take UP's Choctaw Sub north to Denison where it will jump onto BNSF's Madill Sub.
Just before sunrise, an empty BNSF grain train comes down the hill and pass CP Bredenberg and heads north for another load.
Early on a Saturday morning, a southbound BNSF manifest crosses a concrete trestle a half mile south of where Tower 60 used to stand.
As a low sun lights up the clean colors on a pair of UP SD40Ns, they switch Peach Yard and prepare to depart for a Trinity Railcar facility to the north. Between us and the local are two other tre... (more)
BNSF 3921 North heads up UP's Choctaw Main One as a Ft. Worth & Western FWCR local waits for the northbound to pass. As soon as he's by, the FWWR local will head south toward Cresson, TX.
As a UP southbound heads down Choctaw Main One on a steel trestle, a pair of SD40Ns switches Peach Yard with a local. In the foreground is a concrete trestle on BNSF's Ft. Worth Sub.
With the sun sitting on the horizon, the scotchlite striping lights up on a pair BNSF GEs leading a northbound freight at Tower 60.
With four big EMDs for power, an FWWR Cresson Turn, symboled FWCR, crosses the road into Ash Grove Cement just south of Tower 60. The lead SD40, FWWR 2023, started life as SP 8455.
About 4 p.m. on a clear January 31st, Ft. Worth & Western's FWCR, the Cresson Turn, treads lightly on jointed rail just south of Tower 60. Once the train reaches the spot where the photographer is... (more)