IC 6007 leads L567 south through Alburnett on the Cedar Rapids flip.
L567 goes through the street corner of Rogers, Iowa on its way south to Cedar Rapids.
Brand new UP SD70ACe's 8342 and 8337 are the sole power leading a westbound stack train through Ames. Yellow Scotchlite was present on both units.
LLPX 2802 and sisters pull the Cedar Rapids turn up Fairfax Hill on their way back to Iowa City.
Iowa Interstate's newly long-term leased SD38-2's lead CRIC south past the Fairfax station board on CRANDIC tracks.
A rare SOO leader on what is presumably MCPKC (Manifest: Canadian Pacific-Kansas City) with a Phase II SD90AC trailing. The train is stopped on the main awaiting MoW crews to finish up some work ... (more)
CNW 'Safety and Reliability' patch UP 9089 leads MDMDM as it accelerates out of a 10mph slow order.
CNW 'Safety and Reliability' patch UP 9089 leads MDMDM, with dogcatch crew onboard, negotiating a 10mph slow order.
CNW 'Safety and Reliability' patch UP 9089 leads MDMDM, which has been stashed in the Nevada siding on account of congestion in Des Moines.
Brand new UP 5208 leads a detouring stack train south towards Des Moines on the Spine Line. The train just came off the connection with the E/W Main after picking up a pilot engineer in Nevada. ... (more)
A 24-hour late DMDM heads back towards Nevada where it will turn down the Spine Line towards Des Moines.
NS 9131 heads up a southbound manifest on the UP Spine Line. A dogcatch crew was hustling the train south towards Des Moines.
UP 3068 leads a lengthy manifest through the heart of Ames.
The cows graze what is left of the soybeans as MDMDM heads south on the Spine Line towards Des Moines.
The "Dum-Dum" rolls westbound, coming back from Marshalltown after swapping blocks.