A very short Wichita, Tillman, and Jackson Railway train heads north toward Oklahoma. The train has just passed Burkburnett and is descending the grade toward the Red River on former MKT trackage... (more)
WT&J power with obvious UP heritage (but originally B&O) gets serviced at their yard in Wichita Falls, TX.
It's almost like looking back in time seeing a pair of old geeps getting washed outside the company engine house. These GP7's were recently sidelined by GP38-3's and most, if not all, have been so... (more)
Two motors tied down for the evening on the Texoma Ag siding.
This is actually a going-away shot. The WTJ commonly uses a motor (as they call 'em) at both ends of the train. Crew just finished switching Texoma Ag.
A pair of WT&J Geeps passes in front of the grain elevator in downtown Wichita Falls.
A pair of GP9s works the yard as a UP GP60 idles in the distance.
Switching Texoma Ag Products.
Southbound, at the north edge of town.
Ex Katy engine house in backgraound.
Former CNW GP7 still working hard in North Texas
WTJ 4451, ex-CNW, ex-SLSF sits in the local yard in Wichita Falls on a cool winter morning. The prime movers of two other units that were recently scrapped sit nearby in the yard.