A Cotton Belt painted GP60 rockets through Gardner. About a half mile north of here, he hit the 62.8 detector doing 60 MPH.
After making a ten car pickup, the North Local heads south for Bloomington Yard.
As a southbound work train sits in the siding, a patched Cotton Belt GP60 highballs down the main, just south of Odell.
A patched SSW (Cotton Belt) leads the way south, on UP's North Local.
The westbound LSE-59 Local to Pacific is about duck between buildings in Downtown St. Louis behind some neat power.
The UP local waits on the Dick Lead for two Illinois & Midland track inspectors to clear up before heading south to the I&M yard to make a pick up.
Patched SSW unit parked at the old C & NW Yard.
Three units from the 57A roll South past the entrance to UP's De Soto Car Shops.
An ex-SSW GP60 leads today's "57A" into De Soto, where it'll setout it's train of bad ordered cars that will be repaired at the car shops. Look closely: Car three is a CSXT hopper on a flatcar.
UP 1963 pulls up to WC 2004 near the depot.
The Union Pacific is using a patched SSW GP60 for switching in the Wisconsin Rapids area. Here UP 1963 heads back to the yard after switching cars out at Domtar Paper Mill in Nekoosa.
An old SSW sits in the yard at Wisconsin Rapids.
UP 1963 rests while the CN's Shuttle puts its train together.