The “Flying Crow” was a passenger train of the Kansas City Southern Lines that ran from Kansas City, Missouri, to Port Arthur, Texas, from 1928 until 1968. Before the introduction of the “Southern Belle”, the “Flying Crow” was the flagship passenger train of the Kansas City Southern Lines. The image depicts the train at Beaumont, Texas, circa 1966. Special thanks to Brian Koch for sharing this great photo. See more at http://www.ClassicStreamliners.com and follow us on Facebook at http://www.Facebook.com/RailStream.