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  1. Crazy Texan Railfan

    Amtrak Heartland Flyer @ Pauls Valley, OK 8/27/2011

    I decided to drive down to Pauls Valley, OK today to capture Amtrak 821 "The Heartland Flyer" stopping at the historic Santa Fe depot at Pauls Valley. I had also hoped to catch some additional trains as well while I was down there, but alas, no more came in the roughly 2 1/2 hours I spent there...
  2. Surveying His Train

    Surveying His Train

    Doc Schoen, President of the Austin Steam Train Association, takes a moment to pause in the vestibule and check his train. The train is making a run to Bertram and back on July 4th, 2009. The power is an RSD-15.
  3. Leaving Fairlight, Southland

    Leaving Fairlight, Southland

  4. Nearing Kingston (Otago)

    Nearing Kingston (Otago)

    Taken 2 Oct 2008, Nearing Kingston (Otago) New Zealand (South Island)...'The Kingston Flyer'
  5. Round the 'Angle

    Round the 'Angle

  6. Across The Plain

    Across The Plain

  7. Servicing Time

    Servicing Time

  8. Heritage

    Heritage

  9. Pause at Fairlight

    Pause at Fairlight

  10. Smokin Alco!

    Smokin Alco!

    Austin and Texas Central's "Hill Country Flyer" tourist train works uphill to "Summit" before beginning to coast downgrade into Burnet, Texas in June of 2006. ATCX 442 is the last known operable ALCo RSD-15 in the United States. Their T&NO 2-8-2 is down undergoing...
  11. Amtrak Across the Trinity

    Amtrak Across the Trinity

    approaches the Trinity River bridge south of the historic Stockyards at Fort Worth, Texas.
  12. Across the River

    Across the River

    Southbound Heartland Flyer crosses the Trinity River south of the Stockyards at Fort Worth, Texas.
  13. Heartland Flyer In Norman

    Heartland Flyer In Norman

    The Amtrak Heartland Flyer awaiting to depart the Santa Fe Train Depot In Norman, Oklahoma
  14. Across the Wide Red River

    Across the Wide Red River

    The southbound Heartland Flyer crosses the Red River into Texas from Oklahoma en route to Fort Worth. Next stop, Gainesville, Texas. Digital image.



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