In late April, we had a nice stretch of those really nice, north Texas spring days that just make you want to get outside and do something -- anything -- as long as it's outdoors. On Monday 04/28, I headed out to Cresson to see what the Fort Worth & Western was up to.
A great day for railroading: April 28 on the Ft Worth & Western at Cresson, TX FWWR 2010 works at Cresson on April 28 Fallen flag logos on sand hoppers at Cresson Colossus drawing
Later, in Fort Worth, I caught a couple of switch jobs working at the south end of UP's Ney Yard (former MKT yard on the south side of town).
Genset trio photographed from the Berry St. overpass
An oddball trio (GP38-2 / MP15 / Genset) works at the south end of Ney yard.
It's hard to do much driving around the south side without finding a few other interesting things to shoot...
Producers Grain Corp - South Main St. in Ft Worth This "bad bitch" was giving me the evil eye.
np: Four-Mile Mule - "Black eyed Jane"
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