A Santa Fe Operation Life Saver Special makes a brief stop at Chillicothe Illinois on the ATSF main in 1987.
With the sun about to disappear behind Edelstein Hill, the 8008 charges through the "S" curves at West Chillicothe and under the classic Santa Fe signal bridges.
A westbound BNSF stack train swings through the S-curve at West Chillicothe near Chillicothe, Illinois as it makes its way west toward Fort Madison. The train is passing under the soon to be repla... (more)
Los Angeles bound Guaranteed Service Intermodal BNSF Q-CHILAC-1-24 (Chicago,IL-Los Angeles CA) is trying is hardest to keep up with the authorize track speed while climbi... (more)
A family enjoys the day as the Iowa Interstate passenger special to benefit the Henry Fire Department makes its stop at Chillicothe.
A westbound Santa Fe freight storms out of Chillicothe, Illinois, as it climbs up Edelstein Hill on the afternoon of April 19, 1986. Santa Fe EMD GP30 No. 2777 leads the train around Houlihan’s Cu... (more)
Train 23, The Grand Canyon.
A Roger Puta Photograph
A Santa Fe Operation Life Saver Special makes a brief stop in Chillicothe Illinois on the ATSF main. The train ran from Chicago to Galesburg and returned to Chicago on this day in 1987, and fortun... (more)
A hot Z from Willow Springs, Illinois to Alliance, Texas is blasting into the sunset attempting to gain speed to attack the famed "Edlisten Hill" just west of here. The train is passing... (more)
Iowa 708 leads a passenger excursion south into Chillicothe, passing the old Rock Island depot.
Iowa Interstate GP38-2 #708 leads a passenger special into Chillicothe
BNSF's 101 local from Galesburg to Streator is running light engine on M2 but has to wait for four westbounds before it can cross over to M1 to get around some M-of-W.
Iowa Interstate's Bureau Switcher has just dropped off a bunch of hoppers and the end loader didn't waste any time loading them with sand.
Back when Amtrak was hauling something profitable the "Southwest Limited" heels into a curve as it leaves Edelstein Hill and approaches its next stop. The dust of the great Southwest de... (more)