Former Amtrak #738, still in Washington Terminal heritage colors (just like the day it left Amtrak), seen working as a switcher at the original St. Louis terminal. A portion of original platform ... (more)
A line of old NS high hoods rest in storage adjacent to UP's Lesperance Yard.
Former NS EMD units sit outside the old MRS Engine House, now owned by FTRL, awaiting another chance at life.
TRRA's Carrie Avenue service track, just south of N&W's Luther Yard. The jobs based here likely supported the GM assembly plant where 'Vettes and trucks used to be built until the Corvette product... (more)
St LOUIS MO Aug 2 1976 -- The Screaming Eagles Web site indicates unit 77 is, "A MoPac created GP16, wearing the shell of an RS-11."
Conrail Auto-racks on East Side of Mississippi River -- July 1994
An ex-ATSF CF7 is moving a string of hoppers at the ADM facility on Prairie Avenue in St. Louis. The conveyor belt going off to the right is used to load barges for passage down the Mississippi R... (more)
TRRA Train 201 drops down into Missouri off the Merchants Bridge on its way from TRRA Madison Yard to NS Luther Yard in North St. Louis.
Locomotives: TRRA 3001, TRRA 3004
ST LOUIS MO Aug 6 1976 -- A pair of U30Cs are waiting for an assignment.
A train of loaded coal hoppers snakes its way through industrial north St. Louis on Terminal Railroad Association of St. Louis rails. My guess is that this train came down the BNSF Hannibal Sub to... (more)
Last Stand of the Mainline SD9: For a while in 2005 and 2006 there were several BNSF SD9's that ran in the St. Louis area, and ran in solid sets most of the time too. Today, 3 SD9's are bra... (more)
A former Washington Terminal SW1 sits at Union Station in St. Louis.
A trio of Southern Belles heads north towards the Merchants Bridge with empty hoppers from the Tyler St. barge transloading facility.
It is quite rare to see KCS units on TRRA rails, and I've n... (more)
UP 844 smokes it up as it departs Saint Louis, bound for Memphis, TN.
Fresh out of the processing plant, FTRL 257 leads barley loads into the yard, crossing Broadway Street.