East bound Amtrak 4 passes the endangered cantilever signals at West Baring, Mo. on the BNSF Marceline Sub.
2 GP 60's and 2 B40-8's, power this New York, NY, to Los Angelus, CA hotshot. The train is crossing the Des Moines River and crossing the Iowa/Missouri Stateline. This train is located between Arg... (more)
Spring flowers are in full bloom on this gorgeous spring Missouri morning as a van train cruises eastbound.
Westbound stacks roll through the Missouri countryside approaching Ethel on a beautiful spring day.
With the old signals being an endangered species on the Marceline Sub these days we try to catch as many classic ATSF scenes as we can...here at East Ethel stacks roll west on track 2 into the lat... (more)
4 units head up a unit corn syrup train westbound through the valley between Elmer and Ethel, MO on the Marceline Sub.
A stack train works over the humps at East Baring, MO rolling westbound on track 2.
A nice looking warbonnet heads up a grain train working westbound on track 2 through the small town of Baring, MO.
A westbound Z-train waits patiently for a UP Stack train and this power move to clear the crossovers at Argyle. Here the 10 units pound thru the crossovers at MP 246 on their way towards Chicago, ... (more)
After waiting for an eastbound UP and a power move, this westbound Z-train is back on the move at Argyle. This train will crossover from main 2-1 here around a work gang working west of Argyle. Th... (more)
BNSF westbound passes under the wood bridge west of Ethel at MP 333. The bridge is Bayport Avenue.
BNSF westbound passes over the wood bridge west of Elmer in late evening light.
BNSF 4758 shoves on the rear of a westbound grain train curving through the signals at West Baring.
On a warm late April afternoon, a westbound unit corn syrup train crests the hump and rolls through the interlocking at East Baring.
Three GEs in three different paint schemes lead eastbound double stacks across the rolling landscape of northern Missouri. Just ahead of the curve can be seen the Santa Fe signal bridge at MP 333... (more)