A TRRA job pulling up to Carrie Avenue.
TRRA #3004, rebuilt from SP SD45 #8902, pulls cars out of the south end of Madison Yard.
TRRA works US Steel's Granite City Works on the A&E District.
The Lindenwood Turn is running south on the TRRA's Highline safetly above the flooded Mississippi River, heading toward BNSF's Lindenwood Yard.
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Terminal 102 is shoving back into Granite City Steel with a cut of empty cars.
A pair of TRRA locomotives shove a cut of empty coke hoppers back into the tracks at Granite City Steel.
TRRA drills cars at the south end of Madison Yard.
A TRRA local reverses towards Granite City Works.
A pulldown out of Madison Yard takes headroom across the diamond at Big Bend. TRRA 3004, an SD40-2 in the Terminal's sharp paint scheme, leads the way.
TRRA SD40-2 3004 leads a pulldown out of the south end of Madison Yard.
A TRRA slug set reverses a train into Granite City Steel.
TRRA SD40-2's 3002 and 3006 work one of the Madison Yard hump jobs on a sunny afternoon.
A pair of TRRA SD40-2's prepare to shove their last car over the hump at Madison Yard.
On a sunny April Fool's Day 2020, the Terminal Railroad Association of St. Louis makes a delivery to US Steel's Granite City Works. Leading the way is GP40-2R #307, followed by SD40-2 #3007.