President George H.W. Bush Funeral Train
December 06, 2018
Spring, TX to College Station, TX
The consist includes SD70ACe #4141, SD70AH #9096, and business cars #2066, #8008 City of Portland, #9009 City of San Francisco, #5769 Council Bluffs, #101 Lone Star, #9004 Harriman, #302 Overland, #1610 Portola, #5011 City of Denver, #9005 Walter Dean, and #119 Kenefick.
The gifs used were made by Alfred Woolfolk II and myself. They can be found at the link below. My gifs have my name in the description.
Rest in peace President Bush.
Katy trains meet on the T&P
In February 1953, the Katy Komet redball freight holds the main to meet the Fort Worth section of Katy’s Texas Special, heading in at Keller, Texas, on Texas & Pacific trackage rights. Wallace W. Abbey photo
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.
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” train No. 6, eastbound, headed by Engine No. 677, a Mountain type 4-8-2 locomotive, departing from Dallas
Amtrak exhibit train at the Museum of the American Railroad
September 24, 2016
The AAPRCO special “Kansas City Chief” gets the highball after meeting a loaded grain train.
October 17, 2011
A UP unit grain train heads for Houston as an Amtrak Texas Eagle heads south on the BNSF.
Fort Worth, TX
Amtrak P42DC 146 is in charge of the southbound Texas Eagle, seen here departing Fort Worth for San Antonio.
September 20, 2005
Led by non-powered control unit 90229, train 822, The Heartland Flyer, crosses the Trinity River as it leaves Fort Worth for Oklahoma City.
June 23, 2005