The UP 5848 begins to move at light speed as it accelerates a coal train over the BNSF mainlines at Santa Fe junction.
Water, fuel, sand –- essential to keep the wheels rolling. Here on an October evening one of a handful of workers at the Argentine engine terminal service rack supplies water to a Santa Fe PA-1 ... (more)
The classiest profile in railroading in late 1965 was still Santa Fe’s four Warbonnet-wearing E6As. Built by EMC in the early years of World War II, by the mid-1960s they were assigned to servic... (more)
Southbound train ready to depart MKT Kansas City yard.
Power Rock Island Armourdale yard Kansas City
Three GP39-2's lead a coal train west out of Kansas City.
Westbound stack train departing Kansas City on UP
The one place on the Santa Fe in 1965, where one could be sure of finding an Alco PA or two is Santa Fe’s Argentine engine terminal in Kansas City, Kansas. On October 16, the 77, formerly 61B, p... (more)
A set of power rests at GWWR's exGMO yard in Kansas City showing what the future holds for the GWWR
A BNSF transfer run with both exBN and exSanta Fe motors approached Union Ave interlocking in the bottoms area of Kansas City
CP in Kansas. CP 6043 is the lead motor on the B91 transfer seen moving though Adams St. Interlocking. The train is a transfer of autoracks for the UP's Armourdale Yard in KCK.
A pair of John Deere colored Katy SD40-2s lead up some Union Pacific units at Glen Park Yard back in 1986.
CP in Kansas. CP 6043 is the lead motor on the B91 transfer seen crossing Kansas Ave in KCK. The train is a transfer of autoracks heading into UP's Armourdale Yard. On the High Line above, a rerou... (more)
Westbound empty BN coal train running on KCT trackage west of Sheffield interlocking
Busy Day at AY Plenty of action at the east end of Argentine as NS 112 threads a pair of BNSF Stack trains while an empty eastbound sand train gets a run at the flyover over Santa Fe Jct an... (more)