The US Highway 6 bridge just east of Council Bluffs is always a good spot to watch CBBI after it departs Council Bluffs, although the days are long gone when you could catch these units on the tra... (more)
The eastbound rolls through 7th Street inbound to Silvis Yard.
The Iowa Interstate Railroad's Council Bluffs Subdivision usually only sees two trains a day. The daily Eastbound can be seen here racing through Booneville.
Iowa Interstate Council Bluffs to Blue Island train is east of Bureau Junction at the small tow of DePue
CBBI heads into Davenport, IA.
IAIS double heritage lead Council Bluffs to Blue Island train past the murals of Joliet Central H.S. directly east of the BNSF diamond.
On the last day of 2016, IAIS 516 and a GP38 move at a steady 10mph down the old Rock Island mainline.
IAIS 502 & 505 bring CBBI into Silvis Yard on a bright August morning.
IAIS 513 and 516 glide east at a steady 10 mph passed the old Williams White & Co Building in downtown Moline.
Eastbound with a short train at Menlo, IA.
IAIS 514 awaiting a crew to take it's train to Blue Island, IL while it sits in the morning sun.
502 snakes its way around Rock Island yard
IAIS 514 awaits its new crew to take it east to Chicago
IAIS 502 pulls the CBBI east through Moline past the old Williams White & Co building with fellow RP.net contributor Rafter Vandriessche
CBBI crossing the highway 6 overpass shortly after departing Council Bluffs, IA