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.
First run in over 20 years. Only at IRM...
As the Leviathan waits to depart the station at IRM, BN 3 cruises by on the main.
The remaining CB&Q searchlights may be getting replaced at an alarming rate, but it's always important to remember that we have the CB&Q 9911-A, the last remaining E5(A) in existence.
Over Labor Day Weekend, the Illinois Railway Museum held a two night photo sessions raising almost $3,000. South Shore 803 was the main attraction the first night with the DD40 taking the cake on ... (more)
6936 sits on the west wye at IRM.
As the Leviathan heads back east for the depot at IRM, it passes Spaulding Tower.
Two CB&Q icons repose in waiting for Friday night's photo session during IRM's 60th Anniversary event. Everyone at the Museum took cover for nearly an hour as a storm dumped buckets onto the museu... (more)
The largest operational diesel-electric locomotive in the world, UP 6936, soaks up some sunlight at IRM.
CTA 22 and CNW 151 await their departures from the depot at IRM.
CTA 4391 prepares to take on passengers at IRM. 600 PCC Streetcars were built for the CTA in Chicago. Built in 1948, the 4391 is the last surviving car.
CSS "Little Joe" 803 and CB&Q 9911-A were two of the heavy hitters at the Illinois Railway Museum's 60th Anniversary Extravaganza. At the depot, they pose for a photo.
BN 3 has just dropped off its passengers and will soon head west to tie up for the day.