When M338 and M337 meet on the Dubuque Sub east of Waterloo, usually that means things aren't running on time in Iowa. Here we have a small 338 that's early in the siding, and a late 337 blasting ... (more)
The crew on M337 has run out of time and now sits and waits for a relief crew at the Galena Depot. The inbound crew went to work at Hawthorne Yard in Chicago, IL, overnight and with heavy delays d... (more)
6,000 foot M337 blast thru the small town of Jesup on the way west to Waterloo. Jesup is located 12 miles east of Waterloo, the end point for the train.
The daily Kirk Yard, IN, to Waterloo, IA, manifest train is actually alittle earlier than the normal on late schedule it has been on the past 4 months. The train almost made Waterloo in daylight, ... (more)
A short 4000 foot Kirk Yard in Gary, IN, to Waterloo, IA, manifest train has an rare SD60F leading today's train. CN SD60F's have been mainly captivated to Canadian service for awhile now. Only a ... (more)
The Kirk Yard in Gary, IN, to Waterloo, IA, manifest train has an rare bird to this area leading today's train. CN SD60F's have been captivated to Canadian service for awhile now. Only a few SD60F... (more)
M338 and M337 is meeting at Beth siding tonight and swapping crews. When M337 is late enough then usually these 2 trains will meet and swaps crews so the Waterloo and Dubuque crews end up back at ... (more)
M337 rolls slowly west down the Scales Mound siding in preperation for a meet with the eastbound M338.