Looks like I'll start the Midweek photo thread tonight.
Sometimes a few old Santa Fe Warbonnets hide at Frisco/BNSF Lindenwood yard in St. Louis. I caught two on January 31. I-44 runs right past the yard, giving a quick view of the waiting motive power, so my pictures there are always a matter of speed and luck. I have a more recent picture but it is stuck on my dead phone.
The third picture is the day before, Jan 30th at the east end of Lindenwood yard. Two things of note: The coil cover unit train in the center. It goes past where I work (Pacific Mo, milepost 36) about once a week since the steel tariffs started. The train is usually 53 cars long and an average of 5 coils of sheet steel per car. Secondly, the track third from the right has three maroon GATX 4-axle engines at the end of that train. Back in January BNSF in St. Louis was clogged up, as you can see!
The last photo is my phone background. This was the morning of the first good frost last year. The track is again Frisco/BNSF at the Valley Park, Mo bridge over the Meramec River. I especially like the "clouds" on the water but not in the sky.