ATSF EMD SD75M 242. Santa Fe's Superfleet series numbered 200-250.
As a light rain comes down at CP 35, CP 9011 West, a transfer run, gets a light and proceeds into BNSF's Argentine Yard. Meanwhile, an eastbound BNSF stack train departs the yard on Main Two, whil... (more)
As a couple of BNSF westbounds wait for a light to proceed to Argentine Yard, an eastbound vehicle train departs for Chicago. At far left, a CP transfer freight approaches with an SD40-2F" re... (more)
Designated E8Am by Santa Fe, this brace of power is fit to lead a Chief.
In the summer of 1967 we're at the Argentine servicing rack with restless diesels.
A westbound Cotton Belt freight crosses the Kansas City Terminal’s Kaw River Bridge (also known as the Kansas River Bridge) on December 8, 1985. This massive structure has four main lines—two on t... (more)
A nice group of power is lined up at Missouri, Kansas & Texas’ Glenn Park Yard in Kansas City, Kansas, and brighten up a dreary and cold December 8, 1985. All EMDs, Nos. 601, 624 and 629 are SD40-... (more)
Classy Katy signage faces the street on the yard office at Glenn Park Yard in Kansas City, Kansas, on December 8, 1985.
I’m not sure exactly how old this Missouri, Kansas & Texas Railroad semi trailer is, but it was still being used for storage in the railroad’s Glenn Park Yard in Kansas City, Kansas, on December 8... (more)
A covered hopper coasts down the hump of Argentine Yard and into its 62-track bowl yard, as the next cars wait up the hill. Argentine Yard handles thousands of cars a day over this hump, as the la... (more)
In the early morning, a couple of remote-control SD40-2s idle at the center of the yard.
Union Pacific GE U30C 2874 at Kansas City; Built for UP, between 4/72 -10/76 GE U30C's numbered 2810-2959 for a total of 150 units. No photographer listed on slide.
A Roger Puta Photograph
AT&SF Argentine Yard, June 1989.
A freshly repainted UP GE leads a coal empty up the Omaha main out of KC enroute back to the PRB for another load of coal.