Somewhat overshadowed by the pair of F-units, the other power used by the Keokuk Western is still very interesting as seen by this trio of GP20's shoving a long cut of cars through La Hapre
Norfolk Southern 8081 heads West out of Gibson City after making a setout.
A pair of BNSF engines head East on the Paducah & Louisville with a loaded coal train. The coal will be dumped at a transload site near Calvert City.
After idling all night, SLRG 515 blows out a little carbon as it departs on a Fall Foilage special.
CP 2290 and Soo Line GP38-2 #4438 are reflected in the waters of the Mississippi River as they prepare to head South towards Clinton.
A pair of grimy Amtrak engines lead the Eastbound Empire Builder. The first car in the train is an FRA test car.
In the last minutes of daylight, the Westbound Southwest Chief has just taken a cutoff at the South end of Galesburg to get from the old Burlington main and now enters the ex-AT&SF Transon.
In late afternoon light, Keokuk Jct.'s F-units have made an unusual trip all the way into La Harpe.
A Paducah & Louisville empty coal train heads East behind the 2121, slug 2100, a pair of SD40-2's lettered for the EVWR (6001 and 6002) and plain white NREX 2776.
A pair of Bloomer Line engines switch at Sibley.
Keokuk Junction FP-9A 1750 crosses Trivoli Road heading Westbound.
A pair of GP60's, the second engine has to be one of the last to still wear Cotton Belt lettering, heads East with a short 3 car local.
A pair of BNSF SD40-2's head East on a local out of Rogersville on the Thayer Sub.
A Southbound Grain train departs Fulton and passes one of the ex-LMS C40-8W lease units still wearing the Conrail blue paint.
The Chicago & North Western Heritage engine slowly rolls westbound towards the crew change point at Clinton.