The remains of a wrecked Frisco GP35 found behind the shop on a trip for Midwestern Rails. Note the frame covered with sand.
The class GP7 idles in the yard waiting for tomorrow's assignment. Engine, owner, facility, all long gone.
One of the last units in the original paint.
Frisco's highest numbered GP7--a passenger unit--fresh from the Springfield paint shop.
The train from Springfield to Fort Smith passes the semaphore guarding the north end of Winslow tunnel behind 666-657-597. Pre-tunnel grade appears to the right just under rock outcropping.
A four-unit set of F's (power for the Springfield to Fort Smith train) and a two-unit set of GP7's (Hugo Turn power) led by 577 sit between the turntable and the fuel rack. Everything is gone but... (more)
Tucked between a loaded 100+ car coal train bound for Houston and two SD40-2 helpers, a former Frisco caboose still finds use on the Joint Line. It's a nice day outside ... notice the guy riding ... (more)
An eight-unit consist rolls south with U25B's and GP38's. Notice the lettering on the side of 810 reads "FRISOO"!
A Frisco GP7 in the old black paint rolls a short local westward.
These engines will be wearing far more anonymous livery before long - Cascade Green is in their future.
SLSF 1522 powers an excursion to Springfield, Mo. on the BN Cuba Sub. It was on a round-about trip to Atlanta for the NRHS convention.
1522 powers a photo run by alongside the Stanton siding. Note the unusual dwarf signal governing the siding. This was the 2nd from last excursion for the famous locomotive.
The Black Gold, from Tulsa/Fort Worth, stops at Dallas Union Station before heading onward.