Built by Brooks Locomotive in 1900, arrived at IRM in 1986.
Tuskegee Railroad No 101 was built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1924. She has 44 inch drivers, 17 x 24 inch cylinders, operates at 180 lbs of boiler pressure, and can produce up to 24,118 lb... (more)
Chicago Burlington & Quincy E-5A Silver Pilot was built in 1940 by Electromotive Corporation (EMC). About 1955 the Silver Pilot was acquired by the Fort Worth and Denver railroad. Shortly thereaft... (more)
St Louis-San Francisco Railway 2-10-0 No 1630 was built by the Baldwin Locomotive Works in 1918. She has 52 inch drivers, 24 x 28 inch cylinders, operates at 160 lbs of boiler pressure, and can pr... (more)
Two units that are rarely seen in the snow any more... A switching move allows the Ingersoll Rand 91, (boxcab) and the 803 to be captured in low winter sun.
Two vintage pieces of equipment meet at the Illinois Railway Museum.
The South Shore 803 makes a run-by light on the IRM mainline in front of the depot.