An overhead view of a nose to nose pair of GP38-2's.
513 pushes a gon off the main onto the siding in a snow filled yard.
The CBBI thunders through Atalissa with a nice mix of Iowa Interstate power.
Two GEVO's lead the CRIC through Homestead and on into Iowa City.
Running lite. A pair of Iowa Interstate engine head westbound at MP 277.
A pair of retired ex-UP remote control units await their final fate in the back yard of the CRANDIC shop.
CIC's 132 and slug head west to pick up a cut of coal hoppers of the UP.
Cold steel on steel. Rock Island heritage GEVO 513 is DP'ed into Iowa City on the end of the Cedar Rapids turn.
513 and 503 are gathered at the sand tower on a cold December night.
The sign and arrow pointing to "Iowa Scenic Byway" is appropriate today as GEVO 508 passes the frost coated trees.
The sun reflects off the rear section of the hood on 510 as it pulls a westbound train out of Iowa City.
A fresh skiff of snow and bright sun makes a great scene for Iowa Interstate's heritage GEVO 513 as it rolls past the ex-Rock Island Depot in West Liberty.
Its not often you see four out of five units running long hood forward as seen here passing through Homestead. I'm wondering how the train crews like running this way?
A pair of GEVO's power through Homestead.
An eagle watches as 505 in DP mode pushes the east bound into Iowa City.