Category: dallas

St. Louis Southwestern Railway’s train…

St. Louis Southwestern Railway’s train No. 6, the “Morning Star”, headed by Engine No. 676, a Cotton Belt type 4-8-2 locomotive rolling through Dallas.

1950

SSW train, engine number 679, engine type 4-…

SSW train, engine number 679, engine type 4-8-2

Train #6, Morning Star; 6 cars. Photographed: Greenville, Tex., June 27, 1948.

Cotton Belt’s “Morning Star&rdqu…

Cotton Belt’s “Morning Star” train No. 6, eastbound, headed by Engine No. 677, a Mountain type 4-8-2 locomotive, departing from Dallas

1948

1998 07 18 3 AMTK #21 Texas Eagle, Dallas …

1998 07 18   3  AMTK #21 Texas Eagle, Dallas TX (Custom)

1998 07 18 3 AMTK #21 Texas Eagle, Dallas TX (Custom) by waldronyoung

Amtrak 300 acting as a switcher for Houston …

Amtrak 300 acting as a switcher for Houston section of the Texas Eagle.

Dallas, TX
October, 1990

Texas Eagle

Texas Eagle

Texas Eagle

Amtrak F40PH 409 switches the Houston section of the Texas Eagle at Dallas Union Station. At the time of the photo, Trains 21 and 22 were divided into San Antonio and Houston sections. The sections split and rejoined at Dallas.

TX058
June 1989

The “Eagle,” WB on the MKT, was …

The “Eagle,” WB on the MKT, was about to cross the AT&SF at Santa Fe Jct., in Dallas. Shot from the tower.

May 14, 1986

Southbound Amtrak at Dallas on a cold Decemb…

Southbound Amtrak at Dallas on a cold December night. The Hotel Lawrence is now a luxury hotel in Dallas’ West End. Union Station is to the right. This is the Inter-American.

12/12/1979

Shot from the southbound Inter-American, en ro…

Shot from the southbound Inter-American, en route from St. Louis to San antonio. We are in the siding just north of Temple, TX meeting the northbound Lone Star

1978

One woman braves the “blizzard” …

One woman braves the “blizzard” conditions waiting for the southbound Lone Star. Amtrak was still using the Santa Fe schedule board for the Lone Star and Inter-American.

Cleburne, TX

December, 1977