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Watco’s Red Lightning towboat navigates a foggy morning on the Ohio River as it heads to retrieve a barge to be unloaded at the Ghent (KY) Marine Terminal. Photo by Operator Bruce Tackett.
Two Kansas City Terminal Railway locomotives pull a Kaw River Railroad train past the iconic Western Auto building as it moves through downtown Kansas City, Missouri. Photo by Grant Goertzen.
Fall colors cover the mountains as two Blue Ridge Southern Railroad locomotives pull a short train back to Canton, North Carolina. Photo by Tracey Green.
The Wisconsin & Southern Railroad’s 4172 locomotive contrasts against yellow fall leaves just outside of North Freedom, Wisconsin, on its way to Reedsburg. Photo by Ryan Dziedzic.
Two Kansas City Terminal Railway locomotives pull a string of cars out of the Kaw River Railroad’s Mill Street Yard in Kansas City, Kansas. Photo by Conductor Darius Bell.
Snow falls on the old railroad bridge at the Grand Rivers (KY) Repair & Maintenance Terminal. The bridge was formerly used to dump coal directly from railcar to barge. Photo by Operator James Riley.
The rising sun breaks through an overcast sky at the Hammond (IN) Switching customer facility as the Watco team begins their day. Photo by Conductor and Engineer Joseph Santucci.
The Eastern Idaho Railroad’s 4040 shows off its new paint and kicks up flurries as it prepares to cross the Snake River bridge near Rexburg, Idaho. Photo by Luke Parker.
The Kanawha River Railroad’s 4221 leads a manifest train through the hills near New Lexington, Ohio, on a warm fall day. Photo by Nathanael Riddle.
Watco Australia’s 007 locomotive leads a newly purchased unit back toward Warwick, Queensland, as the sun sets near Finnie. Photo by Anthony Evans.