The original bridge over the Des Moines River at this location 3 miles west of Boone was constructed by the Chicago and North Western from 1899-1901, and eventually was named the Kate Shelley Brid... (more)
An eastbound Union Pacific stack train passes over the new Kate Shelley Bridge west of Boone, Iowa, on May 21, 2014. The old bridge is still seen just south and behind the new double track span ov... (more)
A local switches a cut of tank cars.
UP 8744 leads an eastbound stack train across the new Kate Shelley bridge over the Des Moines River as beach goers look on. The original structure remains standing just south of the new double tra... (more)
A four pack of Armor Yellow locomotives lead an eastbound Ethanol train on the double that originated in Dana, IA.
Donated to the Boone and Scenic Valley Railroad.
A DPU brings up the rear of a hopper train.
A westbound stack train crosses the huge Kate Shelley Bridge. Construction on the new bridge was just getting started at the time of the photo.
UP 2363 brings a Westbound into Boone Yard with GP15-1 UPY 725,GP60 1920,and GP15-1 UPY 547.
Boone & Scenic Valley Railroad's ex-Canadian National GMD FP9 and trainset parked behind the depot in Boone.
Joseph Magee shovels coal into the firebox of Boone and Scenic Valley Chinese Built JS-Class 2-8-2.
The Boone & Scenic Valley Railroad Crew in the cab of BSV 8419. From left to right: Max Wipperman, Spencer Vaughn, and Joseph Magee.
Part of the steam crew does last minute preparations before departing on the first steam excursion of the season on this Memorial Day Weekend.
A westbound stack train led by UP #8788 races into the town of Boone, Iowa as rain continues to fall and will continue to fall for most of the entire weekend.