CBBI cruises through Oxford with a snow packed pair of GEVOs.
The snow and wind has stopped and the sun came out as Rock Island heritage GEVO 513 blows through a four foot snow drift.
513, dodging snow flakes, has been uncoupled from the west bound train and moves through the west switches in the Iowa City Yard waiting for the east bound CRIC to come in.
IAIS heritage unit #513 leads train BICB westbound approaching Victor, IA.
IAIS heritage unit #513 leads train BICB westbound at Marengo, IA.
IAIS heritage unit #513 leads train BICB westbound across the Iowa River at Iowa City, IA.
Rock Island heritage GEVO 513 rolls past the ex-Rock Island Depot in Iowa City on the first day of February.
GEVO 513 crosses onto the main to set out a cut of grain hoppers on the north siding for the ICCR turn.
Passing the BCR&N, RI Depot at West Liberty, IA
The Rock Island heritage GEVO kicks up some snow and rounds the curve at Durant, at trackspeed.
Iowa Interstate's Rock Island heritage unit, #513, leads an extra ethanol east, through Morris, on its way to Blue Island.
IAIS 513, the new Rock Island heritage unit, leads extra ethanol towards Blue Island, passing through Seneca.
The railfans line up for their shots of the Rock Island heritage unit, as it makes its first daylight trip through Illinois.
Over the years fans have shot this classic pose of Rock Island trains crossing the Santa Fe and GM&O diamonds at Joliet. 30 years after the Rock ceased operations IAIS 513 fondly brings back the ... (more)
Shortly after the sun has come up, 513 has finished the switching chores and backs across the yard to pick up more power to head east.