Two Iowa Interstate engines play host to a pair of "in transit" Nebraska Central SD40's waiting to hitch a ride on to Council Bluffs.
Not a GEVO in sight, EMD's rule the Iowa City yard on this morning.
A look inside the cab of 720 at night, dirty windows and all!
721 and slug 651 idle away during a Sunday afternoon snow.
The old passes the new. SD38-2 154 leads the westbound daily train into the yard, long hood forward.
A trio of Iowa Interstate engines leads a KCS detour through the IAIS Yard in Iowa City.
An Iowa Interstate plow train backs into the racks at Iowa City for fuel before pushing on west. IAIS' plow #7511 led the Council Bluffs-Bureau flip after a strong winter storm drifted the eastern... (more)
Spose that GEVO is just too heavy causing that face to grimace?
Iowa Interstate's Iowa City switcher switches cars while multiple locomotives await their next assignment. This photo was taken from a helicopter.
513, dodging snow flakes, has been uncoupled from the west bound train and moves through the west switches in the Iowa City Yard waiting for the east bound CRIC to come in.
Iowa Interstate 500 sits in front of the roundhouse while 501 sits next to the sanding tower in Iowa City.
Iowa Interstate 504 waits patiently for its next assignment next to the sanding tower while the Iowa City switcher switches cars at the other end of the yard.
A CBBI departs the yard after doing some switching.
IAIS 503, 511, and 3 700s wait paciently for another 700 to join them.
IAIS Gevo 508 does a little switching in the yard before heading off to Newton.