Keokuk Junction Alco S2 #20, still in her Manufacturers Railway Company paint, has just crossed the double deck Mississippi bridge into Iowa from Illinois with 23 cars from TP&W interchange in LaH... (more)
One of the handful of GP20's rebuilt with Cat engines.
How about this setting for a GP30?
This strange little switcher once worked for Peoria Steele & Wire before being sent here for storage. Along with PREX 1301 is former IAIS GP10 471, also stored serviceable.
A former CCP GP10 still wearing the original colors of the ICG makes friends with yet another PREX GP20 on the west end of KJRY's Keokuk yard and engie house.
On long term lease from Pioneer Rail Corp., KJRY's usual motive power sits dormant on this Sunday afternoon. Add Keokuk, IA to the list of towns with many smells...
TP&W enter Keokuk yard after crossing the Mississippi from Hamilton, IL.
Traveling in style for the KJRY execs who hi-rail this shortline operation as their Cadillac hi-rail car is posed outside their headquarters in Keokuk, IA in 1994.
Pioneer Rail Corporation (PREX) is the parent company of the Keokuk Junction Railway. All boarded up, and the number shields are missing.
Pioneer Rail Corporation (PREX) is the parent company of the Keokuk Junction Railway
In Algoma Central colors with Algoma Central and front bear blacked out. Lettered PREX 1750, Pioneer Rail Corporation, the parent company
Pioneer Railroad Equipment company's newly rebuilt, ex SP GP9, sits at PREX's Keokuk Junction Railway yard in Keokuk Iowa. (ex CNW F7A, still in St.Louis Chain of Rocks paint sits behind the 910).