Illinois Railway Museum's Chicago Burington & Quincy Nebraska Zephyr, running as Amtrak Train #972 highballs out of Quincy on the BNSF Brookfield Sub. starting its way back to Chicago Union Statio... (more)
Even in the day of the IPhone 5, this short, fast streak of gleaming silver proves that 1930s technology is still cooler than modern gadgets.
Running at full track speed, CB&Q 9911A heads through Somanuk, Illinois just as the last rays of the sun hit the stainless steel trainset.
Departing Chicago Union Station for the first time since 1968, the CB&Q 9911-A is looking great for the all the photographers lined up on the Roosevelt Road overpass.
The Nebraska Zephyr passes under the old CB&Q interlocker signal bridges at Bushnell,IL. on its way to Quincy.
The Silver Pilot pulls the Nebraska Zephyr out of Chicago Union Station for its second trip to Quincy, IL.
The Illinois Railway Museum's Sunday edition of the Nebraska Zephyr to Quincy departs Union Station.
The Nebraska Zephyr departs Chicago Union Station for its second trip to Quincy, IL. The excursion was put on by the Illinois Railway Museum. Excellent job to all those involved with this specia... (more)
Feeling right at home, CB&Q 9911-A leads the Nebraska Zephyr through Montgomery at every bit of track speed. Quite an amazing sight to witness.
We're in the small town of Wayne, IL as the Chicago, Burlington & Quincy 9911-A and the Nebraska Zephyr head east by the old CNW depot, heading towards West Chicago and Chicago Union Station, wher... (more)
Two versions of the EMD cowl unit nose are represented in Barn 9 at IRM by CB&Q E5(A) 9911-A and MILW F7(A) 118-C. HDR composite from three exposures.
Silver & Gray. The sole-surviving EMD E5 races with the Nebraska Zephyr back to Rock Island. This unit usually works at the Illinois Railway Museum. Photo taken during Train Festival 2011.
The Chicago, Burlington & Quincy E-5 "Silver Pilot".