Rural railfanning at its finest!
With over 180 years of service combined under the belts of these three classic locomotives, the KJRY's La Harpe-Keokuk road freight continues its westbound journey as it slowly makes its way throu... (more)
The La Harpe-Keokuk road freight continues west as it rounds a curve in rural La Crosse, IL. It's amazing that it's still possible to shoot a Santa Fe painted GP20 leading trains in 2019.
KJRY's westbound La Harpe-Keokuk road freight prepares to depart town with a neat lash-up.
Another railfan captures video as the KJRY's westbound La Harpe-Keokuk road freight passes a grain elevator in Burnside, an unincorporated community in Pilot Grove Township, Hancock County, Illino... (more)
KJRY covered wagons....last call! Making their way across the Spoon River in Seville, the KJRY continues to La Harpe with the westbound road freight from Mapleton. The F units will begin an extend... (more)
The end of an era? The Keokuk Junction Railway's FP9's and a GP20 are in charge of the Mapleton to La Harpe road freight as they pass through the small town of Blandinsville, home to 777 people. T... (more)
Smoke 'em if you got 'em! A pair of KJRY GP20's are sandwiching a GP16 as they are in charge of the La Harpe to Keokuk road freight. With the leader still sporting its Santa Fe Bluebonnet paint, t... (more)
KJRY FP9 1750 plus a B-unit run through the grass and weeds as they approach their shop at Kolbe. This is the last time these units will operate before being stored, if not retired, by the new own... (more)
The KJRY Santa Train heads west, approaching the town of Breeds.
The 2017 KJRY Santa Train heads west just east of Canton.
The 2017 KJRY Santa Train sits in Breeds while all the children get a tour of the caboose and the lead locomotive.
The 2017 KJRY Santa Train heads west, approaching the small town of Breeds.
Merry Christmas! The KJRY Santa Train heads west across the open fields of central Illinois.
The KJRY Santa Train heads west just west of Canton behind a A-B-A set of Fs and a caboose.