Rock Island heritage GEVO 513 sits on the ready track east of the engine house coupled to the two business cars while a line of EMD's wait an assignment.
Iowa Interstate Gevos 500 and 501 sandwich SD38-2 154 as they start the Eastbound towards Rock Island.
SD38-2 157 and GP38-2 get Sunday afternoon off waiting for their next assignment.
A pair of GEVO's lead the westbound train out of Iowa City.
Iowa Interstate 718 and Gevos 506 and 507, lead the westbound out of Iowa City to Newton.
After a quick fuel up at Iowa City. #513 departs Iowa City with the East train and a warrant straight to Rock Island.
The shop forces at Iowa City tend to a more modern fleet these days. Quite a change after dealing with tired (yet classic) old Geeps for several years.
#513, the leader on today's East train, gets a quick look over at Iowa City before being put back on the head end to continue towards Rock Island.
The "East Train" is passing the former Rock Island Depot in downtown Iowa City.
The fishing must be good! A pair of Iowa Interstate GEVO's cross the Iowa River while the fisherman try their luck on a late winter afternoon.
On a balmy January morning, IAIS 502 idles to keep warm at the sanding racks. Balmy... HA! It was 3 degrees and a -15 windchill!
#513 brings the East train across the Iowa River into Iowa City Yard for a crew change and power swap out.
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's 511, 709, and 706 lead the eastbound under the summit street bridge on a foggy afternoon.
Rock Island heritage GEVO 513 rolls past the ex-Rock Island Depot in Iowa City on the first day of February.