CRIP 4506 awaits a clear signal out of Station Track 2 on its second run of the day.
CRIP 4506 leads the coach train passed the Olsen Road signals.
CRIP 4506 leads it's first ever mainline excursion train, with myself and other midwest railfans looking on.
CRIP 4506 leads the coaches at IRM on a debut run past semaphore signals. This was the train's first run past these signals for the day.
CRIP 4506 leads the coaches at IRM on a deput run.
Frisco 1630 charges east. Breaking with her standard operating procedure, Mother Nature times the only glimpse of sunlight on an otherwise cloudy day with one of Frisco 1630's late afterno... (more)
Frisco 1630 makes her first run of 2018. After backing to the west end of the line, the Illinois Railway Museum's big Decapod #1630 makes her first run down the main line as a caboose hop, ... (more)
The "Russian Decapod" comes out to play.
The Illinois Railway Museum's big Frisco Decapod waits on the west leg of the wye for the regular, hourly, diesel-powered excursion trai... (more)
FRESH ROCK ISLAND PAINT. Here the Rock Island 4506 is displayed for the volunteers who had worked on the restoration of the unit, from C&NW 4160 back to its rebuilt appearance as the ROCK. Test ... (more)
Rock Island GP7R undergoes restoration work at the Illinois Railway Museum diesel shops, getting a fresh coat of paint in the "bankruptcy blue" scheme." Locomotives:CRIP 4506 GP7R
ATSF 92, CNW 6847 and BN-3 rest outside Barn 2 at the IRM.
CNW 6847 basks in the hot Illinois sun.
Recently restored to operation, some IRM members took the opportunity after operations had wrapped up for the day to pose 92 next to the Santa Fe sign
CBQ 504 and 9255 stand side by side at IRM for a special display for the Friends of the Burlington Northern Railroad.
CB&Q 9911-A leads the Nebraska Zephyr past Spaulding Tower and into station track 1.