Amtrak's westbound California Zephyr train No. 5 crosses the Mississippi River from Illinois into Burlington, Iowa, as seen from CZ car Silver Lariat.
An eastbound BNSF coal train thunders across the bridge that spans the Mississippi River between Burlington, IA, and Gulf Port, IL. This bridge has since been replaced with a more modern and beefe... (more)
Amtrak No. 6 passes the BNSF yard in Burlington, IA, as it heads for the crossing of the Upper Mississippi River into Illinois.
Local job BNSF L-CHI663-22 is sitting in idle waiting for a crew to take the train west on the BNSF Ottuma Sub to all the rail served industry around the area. the motor consist of another BNSF B4... (more)
Amtrak 332 leads the California Zephyr past the Burlington, IA depot under the watchful eye of CB&Q steam engine 3003 in September of 1993. This whole are was underwater just a few weeks earlier f... (more)
374 became Panama Canal Railway 1860
New and old sits here in BNSF's Ottumwa yard. CREX 1201 and four other big GE's and EMD's wait for another train to take them to Galesburg while BNSF B40-8W 512 has the weekend off from it's local... (more)
Burlington Junction's Ex-Columbia & Cowlitz C415 701 idles outside the yard office on a warm September afternoon.
The Burlington and the The Burlington. CB&Q 4-6-4 3003, in fresh paint, resides in close proximity to Burlington's namesake hotel along the Mississippi River.
This was the locomotive that the railroad was started with.
The 'California Zephyr' accelerates westbound through the town of Burlington,IA.
The California Zephyr scoots out of Burlington after a short station stop.