Yard 5 at IRM generally has a couple of units lined up for morning light. Here the BN 1 and UP 1848 fit that description.
The SP 975 sits in low, early morning light on the steam service tracks at IRM. The 975 is an ALCO product, produced in 1918.
On July 17 the Santa Fe Railway Historical and Modeling Society toured the museum as part of their Chicago convention. For this event a few Santa Fe displays were arranged. Here we have the Green ... (more)
The one-of-a-kind gas turbine rests at IRM.
CB&Q 9911A holds at the IRM.
SLSF 1630 at the beginning of "steam day" at the IRM, getting fired up and ready for the day's duties.
UP 6930 and the now gone CNW twins look on at IRM.
Rock Island 4506, on its first day in service, leads the coach train east back into the IRM depot.
C&NW 6847 and BN-3 rest outside the diesel shops at the IRM.
SLSF 1630 runs light on the IRM mainline.
SLSF 1630, along with a CA&E interurban, holds at IRM on Memorial Day.
SLSF 1630 holds at the IRM.
SLSF 1630 pulls a coach train onto the mainline at the IRM.
CB&Q 9911A leads the Zephyr on Track 1 at the IRM.
Illinois Railway Museum's Rock Island GP7 makes its grand debut on a perfect summer day leading a Rock Island commuter train into the station