With a puff of smoke, Frisco 1630 leads its passenger train by the semaphore signal at IRM.
Frisco 1630 heads east past signal 91 at the IRM.
Frisco 1630 takes its turn out on the main during the 2015 Trolley Pageant at the Illinois Railway Museum
In the lead Frisco EMD FP7 5051,with F3(B) 5117, F7(B) 5123, Alco FB-1 5309 and FP7 5043.
Frisco 1630 pulls the heavyweight coach train east down the IRM mainline.
The Frisco 1630 waits to run her last train of the evening. During the Illinois Railway Museum's showcase weekend event, Saturday included night running.
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Frisco 1630 prepares to depart out of the IRM depot with the heavyweight coach train.
Frisco 1630 puts on a smoke show as it does a photo run-by along the IRM mainline.
1630's back! It gets ready to back away from the Steam shop for its first service to the public since September of 2004.