CP GP38-2 4425 arrives into Nahant yard with a southbound local.
EJ&E SD38-2 657 rests in unfamiliar territory at Nahant Yard in Davenport, IA.
DM&E GP40-2 4002 switches at Nahant Yard. DM&E/IC&E units are getting few and far between.
A clean UP SD70AH leads a manifest west across the Mississippi River and into Iowa.
A fresh looking UP SD70AH serves as the DPU of a eastbound stack train in Clinton, crossing the swing bridge as it heads into Illinois.
A ADM GP9 sits in Clinton at the large plant along the UP mainline.
A solo CP GE leads a oil train around the waterworks curve and into Davenport.
DM&E SD40-2 6359, the Mount Rushmore unit, leads CP 475 north through Bettendorf.
A pair of SOO MP15s switch the north end of Nahant Yard. Not many of these old veterans are left active on the CP roster!
Freshly repainted CP 3013 sits in Nahant Yard, waiting for the call to duty.
A pair of recently reactivated SOO MP15s do some switching at Nahant Yard. These had been in storage here for several years. Good to see them in action!
SOO Bandit GP40 2066 switches out cars at Nahant Yard. This unit has certainly spent a lot of time here in the past.
A trio of SD9043MACs arrive into Council Bluffs after a long trip across Illinois and Iowa with MPRCB.
UP 844 lays over at Council Bluffs, waiting for the next day's run to Kansas City.
Iowa Interstate QJs 6988 and 7081 lead ICRI down the street running in Davenport, dubbed as the longest steam powered freight of the 21st century.