GP38 4315 to the left is named for long-time Trains magazine editor David P. Morgan
Making its Blue Island stop
Switching along the station platforms
Laying over between runs
The ex-RI caboose that serves as Varner's Bed and Breakfast in Montpelier, Iowa appears to have received a fresh coat of paint.
The dead line of E's await disposition following shutdown of the Rock.
Long after the ROCK is gone, its signal formerly guarding the KCS diamond still remains--sort of.
Road slug set 290-283-299 and three EMDs wait to leave the yard.
A sad sight, the remains of 456-4517-649. One of the last 1st generation Alcos on the ROCK, one of the first (recently) rebuilt Geeps, and an E8A. Deadlines after the shut-down grouped engine ty... (more)
309-395-312. Yes, they really did use a washer on the Rock!
All the slugs await disposition following shutdown of the ROCK. 999-284-54 are at this end. The line of C415s can be seen by the backshop to the left.
The C415s await disposition following shutdown of the ROCK.
Another Rock Island commuter service oddball--AB6 750--arrives at Joliet with an early afternoon commuter run. I was in 8th Grade and just getting to know about rail photography.