Burlington Northern freight train No. 104 approaches East Dubuque, Illinois, while tracing the banks of the Mississippi River on April 3, 1993. The eastbound train is powered by EMD GP50 No. 3118 ... (more)
CN 3054 with the M338 pops out of the East Dubuque tunnel making its way east.
EJ&E 659 runs lite through East Dubuque to pick up a cut of cars and bring them back over the river
Westbound BN train from Chicago is passing by East Cabin in East Dubuque. There was trackage and agreement put in place between the CCP and the BN from East Dubuque to Portage in 1992. The CN stil... (more)
Westbound IC train from Chicago to Council Bluffs is about to pass East Cabin in East Dubuque. There was trackage and agreement put in place between the CCP and the BN from East Dubuque to Portage... (more)
A pretty diverse grain train makes its way North/West through East Dubuque.
A GE Tier 4 demo leads a CN ethanol train onto the BNSF at East Cabin.
CSX 832 leads CN train 338 as it exits the East Dubuque Railroad Tunnel. The 830 foot long tunnel makes a 90 degree bend inside. The train crosses the Mississippi River, diamonds over the two trac... (more)
CSX and NS power leads CN 338, a manifest freight, as they take head room on the bridge over the Mississippi River in Dubuque in order to build their train after switching the yard. Locomo... (more)
A BNSF Dash 9 leads an autorack train through the neighborhood of East Dubuque, Illinois and heads south towards Savanna. Locomotives:BNSF 4328 C44-9WBNSF 5202 C44-9WBNSF 8502 ... (more)
A Burlington Northern piggyback train, probably “Expeditor” No. 41, is about to pound the diamonds at East Dubuque, Illinois, on August 13, 1994. A pair of colorful EMD SD40-2s pull the train—BN N... (more)
A quad set of GEs smoke up a storm leading an intermodal through East Dubuque into the morning sun.
A colorful lashup rolls eastbound through East Dubuque
A BNSF V train rounds the curve just east of East Dubuque, IL
An westbound CN train pops out of the tunnel with CSXT 386 at the point. Crossing over the BNSF Aurora Sub and then the mighty Mississippi into Iowa.