Caboose 11677 (Frisco 1702) at Cicero, Illinois in May 1983.
Advertisement from Trains Magazine in April 1945.
Two GE units sandwich two EMD units. U25B 826 leads and GP35 712 is the third unit. The second EMD unit and the fourth GE unit are unidentified. This action shot was taken at Lawrence, Kansas in June 1967.
SW9 312 and S-2 292 at Memphis, Tennessee in May 1966 (Vernon Ryder).
S-2 292 was a cabless booster. It was converted during 1958 because of a yard collision, received a MU connection, and was paired with a SW-9. The consist was used as a hump engine and retired during 1966.
GP7 588 at Cuba, Missouri in July 1973 (Jim Springer).
SW1500 328 at Birmingham, Alabama in September 1971 (Jack Armstrong).
This gallery contains 21 photos.
This is the last westbound run of #1 (The Oklahoman) on May 13, 1967 at Newburg, Missouri. E8A 2020 appears to be far from it’s glory as the proud leader of a Frisco passenger train.
Caboose 1422 (location unknown) in July 1980 (Lee Singletary). The unit on the right is GP38-2 421.
GP38-2 428 and GP35 715 at Tulsa, Oklahoma in May 1980. The third unit is unidentified (Trackside Slides).
VO-1000 215 at Kansas City, Missouri on November 11, 1975 (Jim Wilson).