Just over the state line, a trio of KB&S Geeps thunder south into Earl Park with loads from Iroquois Junction.
On a beautiful sunny morning, a trio of Kankakee, Beaverville & Southern's attractive Geeps hammer down as they depart the home base of Iroquois Junction, with loads for Lafayette. Shoving at the ... (more)
KBS GP38-2M's 704 and 703, Larry and Doug respectively, lead the KBS's train to Danville across Daisy Lane, where they will pick up their cars for the day.
A pair of KB&S GP38-2s lead a grain train east through Beaverville.
After picking up a grain train in St. Anne, a pair of KBS GP38-2's head east through the small town of Beaverville.
A pair of KBS GP38-2s lead a cut of grain cars into Iroquois, Illinois.
KBS 701 south is seen on the approach the small interchange / storage yard at the north end of Danville. This was the best fall foliage I could come up with on a very bland, straight and seldom us... (more)
A short 5 car KB&S hopper train heads south by the elevator at Heaton, IL. Does anyone happen to know what business they have south of Cheneyville other than storage cars?
Shortly after crossing the TP&W, KBS 701 & 702 roll across the harvested fields and small wind farm outside Sheldon, IL on the Danville Branch.
A southbound gondola train departs the KB&S headquaters at Iroquois on the line to Lafayette. Another crew would grab a small cut of cars for Cheneyville and Danville.
Former TP&W RS11 #340 was gutted, converted to a plow and stashed away next to the elevator at Beaverville. Not really sure if the thing has ever turned a wheel, but it stands as a reminder of wh... (more)
KBSR 701 sits south of the elevator lead at Sheldon, waiting to shove back in to pick up 25 loads to take to Tate & Lyle in Lafayette, Indiana.
Happy Halloween The ghoulish conductor is seen protecting the crossing as his ghost train approaches from the north.
Happy Halloween Ghouls are seen hanging around the diamond of the KB&S and the TP&W as a KB&S train approaches from the north.
Early morning at the small KBS yard in Iroquois.