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  1. Sleeping Signals

    Sleeping Signals

    These signals were left behind when the tracks were picked up. I was oberserving them still having power cables running to them. Although the power box can be turned off, they are in public undisturbed with the mickey mouse ears faded. I do like no one has tagged them or broken the red lens on...
  2. Sleeping Signals

    Sleeping Signals

    These signals were left behind when the tracks were picked up. I was oberserving them still having power cables running to them. Although the power box can be turned off, they are in public undisturbed with the mickey mouse ears faded. I do like no one has tagged them or broken the red lens on...
  3. Sleeping Signals

    Sleeping Signals

    These signals were left behind when the tracks were picked up. I was oberserving them still having power cables running to them. Although the power box can be turned off, they are in public undisturbed with the mickey mouse ears faded. I do like no one has tagged them or broken the red lens on...
  4. Pano Crop and then some

    Pano Crop and then some

  5. Tight Crop and then some

    Tight Crop and then some

    PSPx2 treatment of BNSF 9134
  6. KCS 2845

    KCS 2845

    Bored at lunch...
  7. BNSF 6957

    BNSF 6957

    BNSF , ex Santa Fe SD40-2 6957 sits in the roundhouse area at the BNSF facilities in Temple, Texas
  8. KCS Eco Units in Port Arthur, TX

    KCS Eco Units in Port Arthur, TX

    A typical overcast muggy day in Port Arthur, TX. The local KCS 4:30 pm Port Arthur to Beaumont Yard job approaches the 28th street crossing. Train speed through the area is usually about 10 mph. I live about 1/2 mile away so there is plenty of time to catch a train from my house, I can hear them...
  9. UP 844 Downtown Houston

    UP 844 Downtown Houston

    UP 844 Downtown Houston between the Police Station and the University of Houston downtown. Waterways are White Oak Bayou and Buffalo Bayou.
  10. KCS ECO Units in Port Arthur, TX

    KCS ECO Units in Port Arthur, TX

    KCS Eco units on the 4:30pm KCS Port Arthur Yard to Beaumont Yard train. Returns to PA from BMT around 7:30 pm. Hwy in background is Hwy 73. Notice the old concrete milepost and whistle/horn markers.
  11. Switcher in Harlingen Tx Yard

    Switcher in Harlingen Tx Yard

    Here sits UPY 1464 quietly on a Sunday Morning in Harlingen Tx UP Yard. The yard is being reduced and moving to Olmito Tx because the local officials cited UP would block the main streets for too long.
  12. Southern Pacific

    Southern Pacific

    Here is a former SP Unit now UP
  13. Southern Pacific

    Southern Pacific

    Here is a former SP Unit now UP
  14. Where am I at?

    Where am I at?

    I finally caught a train going around this curve with the Welcome To Silsbee sign. The train is leaving the xBNSF yard in Silsbee ran by Watco (Timber Rock)and is headed to Beaumont BNSF yard.
  15. BNSF train in Beautiful Beamont, TX

    BNSF train in Beautiful Beamont, TX

    Feel the beauty of Beaumont. No I don't think this photo will make the tourism pamphlet. Taken from Calder St, the train is stopped, picking up cars from the yard.
  16. UP Train passing old SP depot, Orange TX

    UP Train passing old SP depot, Orange TX

    UP westbound train passing the old SP depot in Orange, Tx. Too bad they are in the process of changing ties in the area. The old SP depot is up for sale.
  17. Gulf and Interstate Job

    Gulf and Interstate Job

    Gulf and Interstate Job leaving the Beaumont BNSF yard.
  18. Crummy weather requires a little photoshopping

    Crummy weather requires a little photoshopping

    KCS loaded tex-mex train passing through Beaumont.
  19. Southern Pacific Depot

    Southern Pacific Depot

    This Chambers of Commerce in Weslaco was at one point a passenger and freight station. Though it is restored and privately owned, its history still standing.
  20. Amtrak 187

    Amtrak 187

    Amtrak 187 changing out crew and loading passengers going east bound, Marshall, Texas Texas & Pacific Railroad Depot c. 1912



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