The former CGW yard tower stands tall as the Rock Island 652 poses next to Rock Island wooden caboose 17958. The 17958 was built in 1914.
CB&Q 504 and the caboose train wait out the night at the East Union depot during IRM's "Diesel Days" event.
Rock Island 630 and CGW 116-A all a glow during the blue hour in Oelwein, IA.
The CNW 411 and it's matching bilevel set rests overnight after Saturday's operations at IRM.
The Rock Island 630 is displayed at the Hub City Heritage RR Museum during their "Railroad Days" event. The two E Units have received recent cosmetic refurbishment by MAC in Kansas City... (more)
The first public appearance of Manly Junction's Rock Island E Units occured at the Hub City Heritage RR museum in Oelwein, IA. Here the 653 is posed next to a wood Rock Island caboose in front of ... (more)
Diesel Weekend at IRM had this A-B-B-A set of power for the coach train on Sunday the 13th. BN3-SLRG102-BN2-BN1
Just a few days before being interchanged to the UP for a trip across the state to Silvis for rebuilding, the 92 is posed for images. The plan for the 92 is for it to return to IRM as a running l... (more)
Making its nightly run to Chicago, the 4174 is dressed in flags and bunting for the celebration of Independence Day.
During Diesel Weekend 2015, this line up was displayed in yard 5. Here three F-units and one E-unit shine under the moon and stars, and the last of the blue hour too. Currently the MILW 37A is i... (more)
The C&NW 411 is ready to return her train to the shop after a successful day. This was the 411's first day in service after having rehab work completed.
As the sun sets, the 411 and her bl-level train is prepared for a night photo shoot. This was the 411's first day in service after having rehab work completed.
The WC 7525 and the C&NW 6847 sit side by side on the steam servicing leads at the Illinois Railway Museum.
C&NW 1689, C&NW 6847, C&NW 8646, and C&NW 8701. After a short stint of mainline use by Union Pacific, the twins have returned to IRM for storage.
C&NW 1689, C&NW 6847, C&NW 8646, and C&NW 8701 all sit under a crescent moon at the Illinois Railway Museum.