An Illinois Terminal Belt grain train is seen making its way through the small town of Wapella with a trio of red, white 'n' blue GP10's.
An empty Illinois Terminal Belt Railway grain train is seen staged next to Arcosa Wind Towers Inc in Clinton waiting for the call from Tate & Lyle up in Heyworth.
A trio of Motive Rail EMD’s which run the “Illinois Terminal Belt” in Central Illinois lead a Southbound grain train for interchange with the Canadian National in Clinton, IL. This train was loade... (more)
Illinois Terminal Belt Kids Wave
A brother and sister wave to engineer Roger Respondek as South bound Illinois Terminal Belt corn loads roll along a 10.7 mile section of the Illinois Central Rail... (more)
Two Motive Rail GP10s putting together the Illinois Terminal Belt grain train for the Canadian National in Clinton, IL.
A trio of EMD veterans leading a loaded grain train South on the former IC Charter Branch to Clinton, IL. In Clinton the ITB will leave this train for the Canadian National to pick up.
MRIX 8344 and two others sit idle at Clinton Illinois awaiting their next assignment.
The newly put together Illinois Terminal Belt Railroad passing the Tate & Lyle elevator in Wapella, IL on the former ICG.
Two GP10’s & a MP15AC work a loaded grain train for the Canadian National up the hill into the small 600 resident town of Wapella, IL on the former IC Charter Line. The Illinois Terminal Belt owns... (more)
HLCX 4210 sits on the pit track along with former Eastern and Illinois Railroad #7565 and #1041 bound for ADM Decatur, the DREI is slated to take over the EIRC on Jan 1st.
One of Central Illinois newest short lines Motive rail leads a loaded 105 car unit grain train into yard limits at Clinton.
Looking good in the All-American company paint scheme this unit represents the height of the GP10 rebuild program. One the other end is apparently a earlier trail scheme.
Looking good in the All-American company paint scheme this unit represents the height of the GP10 rebuild program, with two fans, a good looking nose (no frog eyes), and the best version of the a... (more)
A string of former P&L units and a lone C&NW alumnus make up the deadline awaiting rebuild or parting-out in Southeast Missouri Port’s large facility.
At Southeast Missouri Port still in the livery of its prior owner this unit is in good company as it shares the deadline with a bunch of other ex Paducah & Louisville units.