Norfolk Southern's Virginian heritage unit leads a Illinois Railway sand train through Serena Illinois.
A Roger Puta Photograph
Engineer Spika starts to pull eastbound after picking up a cut of car's for the BNSF eola yard.
Due to the recent rain's in North Central Illinois the mosquito population is out of control the buzzing sound was almost as loud as the locomotives. IR 107 head's eastbound through Serena, IL on ... (more)
A trio of Hudson Bay SD50's roll North out of Serena, IL with a train of hoppers.
IR SD45T-2 9238 leads a unit sand train west through Serena.
Illinois Railway's 105 job blasts through some drifts as they skirt the cornfields near the tiny country town of Serena, IL.
After picking up 20 cars at Serena, the Illinois Railway's train for the BNSF at Eola storms out of town on this former CB&Q branch to Ottawa, Illinois.
During the Rail Net chase, I spotted a photo op out the window.
The Illinois Railway heads west past the huge grain elevator at Serena SD50 / SD45T-2 / SD50 combo.
Passing the grain elevator in town, the IR's Job 107 heads back to Wedron.
Job 107 makes a pick-up in Serena, before continuing west to Wedron.