BNSF abandoned-in-place this branch line from Pierce City to Joplin, Missouri. This photo shows a tree growing over the track next to the...
A real accident on the railroad occurred when a wheel set decided to fall out of the truck. I took advantage of the pause in action to send in...
The switch engines suck the fuel and sometimes need a drink while away from the barn.
Rebuilding a curved trestle gave a great opportunity to show off some MOW equipment.
A Trident Suburban next to the RIP track.
Cedar Branch & Western's small fleet of crew quarter cars sits idle.
Swarf touching needle axle of a FVM 3602 wheelset causing a short circuit.
More progress on the engine house at Hawskbill Station. I need to do a little weathering and work on the scenery.
This is a view showing the road off to the left and how far the enginmen can see out this short hood diesel engine.
Clouds gather as the Cedar Branch & Western's MOW crew check the plow for damage. The train has paused at Crossroads grade crossing.
The sun peaks out long enough to allow the MOW crew to check for damage on the Cedar Branch & Western's snow plow.
The Cedar Branch & Western's snow plow extra train.
Parked at Ballard.
Test Strips are wired and shorted to test Union Station - Power District 2. Shorting bars will be removed to utilize BDL168 block detection.
Johnson, Arkansas is a small suburb sandwiched between Fayetteville and Springdale.
The A&M Alco C-420 runs around the passenger train at Winslow, Arkansas. Taken spring of '09.
The northbound passenger train enters the Winslow tunnel, located just south of Winslow, Arkansas. Taken spring '09.
The A&M switches the passenger cars in preparation for the southbound journey to Ft. Smith.