KCS 4325 departs the UP Riverfront Yard sporting it's new paint job, you could smell the paint as it rolled by...
What a difference in paint jobs, KCS 4325 with brand new paint and RSSX 577 in old faded sad looking paint...KCS 4325 leads a GP9 that was interchanged at UP Riverfront Yard.
It has been a hard time for a white paint job in the blazing Louisiana sun as this unit still toils in its original garb.
In the early tiny road number variation of the white paint scheme.
There were still a few of these around in those days but they were in rough shape.
St. Louis Southwestern 4-4-2 601 was one of six Class E-1 4-4-2 Atlantics built by Baldwin in 1909. They were distinctive in that they were built with narrow fireboxes, small drivers, and slide va... (more)
Crewless and tied down with an OPEN door invitation.
Martin Lake coal load leaving Shreveport
Martin Lake coal load arrived Shreveport at Lake Street. Waiting for a BNSF crew called from Longview TX to deliver to the coal plant.
2nd motor is a recently repainted switcher. Only one at this time in belle paint.