Ex-Missouri Pacific GP50 is on the point of a Koy Concrete rock train tied down north of the FM 2855 grade crossing a few miles out of Katy.
Southbound rock train for Cemex plant in Katy tied down at Shell Plant Road east of Brookshire.
Two Big Mac's smoke it up as they climb out of the Mill Creek valley and lean into Peters Curve three miles north of Sealy.
A BNSF 960-series Dash 9 is tucked into this five-unit consist pulling a stack train to Long Beach down the Texas and New Orleans mainline through Tower 26 and across the UP Houston West Belt Sub.
UP ACe and four SD70M's pull the Quality-Englewood-West Colton elephant style westbound past signals at Tower 26 interlocking near downtown Houston. The ACe horns on UP units sound like out of tun... (more)
Ex-CNW Dash 9 with fire-out-the-stack damage leads two other GE's with a Pine Bluff-Strang Yard in tow across the UP Terminal Sub. And to think that UP tried to close Strang, a busy little SP yar... (more)
A filthy former Southern Pacific SD70M, still sporting a Nathan P3 new castings airhorn, turns east for the last stretch into Englewood Yard.
BNSF train bound for Englewood takes a left off the UP Houston West Belt Sub at Tower 26 to go east on the UP Terminal Sub. Sure wouldn't have minded if that Chesapeake and Ohio, er, I mean, CSX ... (more)
Southbound BNSF coal loads approach Wallis to take the siding for a couple of northbounds.
Northbound manifest allows a UP rock train to get ahead of it on its way to Sealy, while waiting in the presence of the 191 local power.
With 2 loads, TFM 1407 leaves East Bernard controlled siding and heads west to resume its 60 mph trek towards Flatonia on the Glidden Sub.
Westbound manifest cruises out of East Bernard, across US-90A from Hlavinka Co.
Westbound manifest approaches the Spur 10 overpass west of Rosenberg.
Tie train working out of Sealy, has laid ties from south switch Bellville to MP 84.97. GCFX 3089 protects northward movements--visible 20 or so cars back. CBQ 160931 100-ton 4-bay hopper in town... (more)
Empty coal train from Fayette Power Plant at Halsted enters the Waco Sub on its way back to Wyoming. Note the block signal on the right, not yet activated at this time.