From this angle it looks like BN country, including the "Q" caboose on the left, HOWEVER, C&NW was the road of honor this weekend.
Waiting for the call to duty at the N.K.C. shops..
The BN Galesburg RR days special led by BN 1 is about to merge with the Graham runner track nearing Cameron.
BN-1 and BN-2 team up with SLSF 1522 to run an excursion for employees to Yates City and back from Galesburg in conjunction with Galesburg RR Days. Scanned from a 35mm print negative.
BN F7 1 pushes the Day Out with Thomas train out onto the mainline for another run.
BN executive power captured at the Galesburg yard sitting on the Quincy Main.
BN executive power lays over in N. Kansas City.
BN #1 has an excursion train in tow during Galesburg RR days, seen here passing the cemetary at Rio headed back to Galesburg.
BN F9A 1, BN F9B 2, Metra F7A 308, and Milwaukee Road F9A 118C lead the coach train at IRM.
BN 1 and BN 2, a A and B unit respectively, get ready to head out of the station with a coach train during the Illinois Railway Museum's Deisel Days.
Train 794 overtakes the Employee Special in a rare side by side running on the directional Cuba Sub.
BN F9A #1 and F9B #2 sit at IRM awaiting their next assignment.
BN 1 & 2 are on loan from the Illinois Railway Museum to run round trips to Yates City and back to Galesburg during Galesburg's Railroad Days celebration.
BN 1 and 2 lead a 6 car passenger special. This was for possible revivial of passenger service on the sub.
BN1 sits in storage today, as you can notice she has been "mated" with a string of old RI coaches, minus BN 2.