The former Keokuk Junction Railway FP9 1752 now works on the Ohio River Scenic as it leads its passenger train into Tell City. The trackage is owned by the Hoosier Southern.
In the namesake town of the subdivision, the train slowly moves through Elbow Lake past the large elevator complex. This would be my final shot before calling it a day, what a chase!
CP 1401 continues west on the Elbow Lake Sub nearing Barrett.
The business train heads over the former Soo Line trestle in Hoffman. The Soo Line lettering is still noticeable if you look close enough, although quite faded.
Canadian Pacific's movers and shakers opted to take the less popular route to attend meetings in St. Paul. The southern transcon through North Dakota is often the favored route, but with the hopes... (more)
After going in the hole behind an oil can for two eastbounds, the office car special gets back on the move westbound from the siding east of Belgrade.
CP's trio of F units shove the office car special under the signal bridge at CP Hoffman. My friend and I were surprised to be the only railfans at this location.
The classic F units look right at home passing this old elevator on the Elbow Lake Sub in the tiny town of Farwell.
A couple miles out of Glenwood, the "Royal Canadian Pacific" heads west on the Elbow Lake Sub back home to Calgary. The swamp in the foreground provided a bit of a reflection.
The first minutes of sunlight greet a quad set of F units leading the charge through Mackenzie with the “Canada 150” train.
The elements continue to take a toll on VIA 6510 and consist on static display at the Kaministiquia River Heritage Park. Meanwhile in the background wayfreight 421 plays peek a boo making a set of... (more)
The Southern Belle at Lanagan.
The KCS Business Train heading north at Siloam Springs.
After an overnight stay in Heavener, the northbound business train continues the journey to Kansas City. It's seen going around an s-curve near Siloam Springs.
KCS 1 climbs the hill at Eagleton, bringing the business train from Laredo, TX to Kansas City, MO over the railroad's iconic route through Rich Mountain.