Iowa Interstate 800 leads a late morning eastbound heading for Chicago in October 1994. The troublesome M420R's were short-lived on "The Iowa."
SRNJ 800, in a paint scheme inspired by the New York, Ontario & Western Railroad, rests at the Southern Railroad of New Jersey's shops in Winslow.
Getting ready to be painted into the NYO&W colors.
First MLW repainted by the SRNJ.
4 Alcos with 4 different paint jobs lead a 50 car stone train on NJT's Atlantic City Line.
Former IAIS 800, now residing in New Jersey...
The trio of ex-IAIS M420R's waits to be hauled east to the SRNJ while GP38-2 705 idles away at the CB shops.
Newly acquired by the SRNJ, the three IAIS M420r's 800-802 are waiting to be moved east after they recieved some pre-delivery attention by the IAIS shop.
The "East" train crosses a frozen Mississippi River on the Goverment Bridge at Rock Island, Illinois. MLW 801 takes the point of the train at a time when system wide use of these units were common... (more)
Eastbound Iowa Interstate 801 and sister unit 800 are spliced by three Geeps all wearing the IAIS's colorful livery. Unfortunately, the big Alcos were short lived on the IAIS but it was nice to se... (more)
Eastbound road freight heads to Chicago on the Rock Island.