Keokuk Junction Railway's West bound unit pipe train rolls along at 10mph west of Elvaston, Illinois on the return trip to Keokuk, Iowa, on Wednesday evening, August 26, 2015.
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Keokuk Junction Railway's West bound unit pipe train rolls down a grade in the LaMoine River valley on its return trip to Keokuk, Iowa, on Wednesday evening, August 26, 2015.
STEVE SMEDLEY PHOTO
Keokuk Junction Railway's road train between Keokuk, Iowa and LaHarpe, Illinois is on the return leg to Iowa with a loaded pipe train, shown at Elvaston, Illinois on Wednesday evening, August 26, ... (more)
Engineer Doug Henry fires up three GP20's, two of which still wear Santa Fe paint, as two crews from the Keokuk Junction Railway build a power set to be used on a large Westbound train that will f... (more)
468 miles to Louisville by the way of L&N's 'Hook & Eye' Line. Long gone are Alco RS3's and FA's hauling freights but you can still find a nice variety of older EMD locomotives on the Georgia Nort... (more)
With Kennesaw Mountain in the background, a GP20/GP9/GP38/GP20 consist lug a 41 car freight out of Elizabeth on their way north to Tate.
Georgia Northeasterns northbound train to Tate rolls across Main Street in downtown Woodstock on a beautiful summer morning.
ATN former Great Western Railway GP20 5625 and ATN former Canadian National (CN) GP40-2LW 9651 is seen here sitting in their yard at Gadsden, AL. awaiting their next assignment
The rolling museum that is the Keokuk Junction Railway has the Keokuk, Iowa based crew throttling up at Blandinsville, Illinois with twin GP20's bracketing a rare former Illinois Central Railroad ... (more)
Pioneer RailCorps Tom Black watches as Dave Henry slowly rolls the Westbound Keokuk Junction Railway train into the siding at Good Hope, Illinois for the meet with an opposing train out of Keokuk,... (more)
One of Pioneer's GP20 units keeps the sits silently waiting for the next assignment. This GP20 was built in 1960 for the Santa Fe.
MG Rail works industries around the Clark Maritime Industrial Park at Jeffersonville. GP20 2002 was built in
1960 as SWW 801.
"Racing thru Port Matilda"
Raritan Central RC02 is pulling empties off of the Northfield Industrial track with GP20 #701 which has been freshly repainted and ex B&O GP30M #5, their latest purchase.
The RC1 morning transfer makes its way through Raritan Center with a GP20 and GP30M for power. Lead unit 701 is sporting its new red paint job.