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Former Pennsylvania Railroad E8A, built by EMD November of 1952, sits undergoing restoration at one of Monticello Railway Museums shops. This form... (more)
Monticello Railway Museum's Canadian National No. 6789 FPA-4 bursts through a tunnel of trees en route to downtown Monticello.
The UP Troy Grove job going through Dekalb on the UP Troy Grove Sub.
Monticello Railway Museum's Canadian National No. 6789 FPA-4 leads a passenger excursion around a bend and on into downtown Monticello, IL on a beautiful September day.
Monticello Railway Museum's Canadian National No. 6789 FPA-4 leads a passenger excursion through Monticello, IL on a beautiful September day.
The Iowa Pacific special passes the nicely restored Rock Island depot in Marseilles.
The Wabash depot in Monticello, IL. This depot was built in 1899 to replace a smaller depot that burned down earlier that year. On April 20, 1904 the Wabash line was straightened and placed on a... (more)
Canadian National No. 6789 idles at the former Wabash depot with an excursion train in downtown Monticello. The depot was built in 1899 and moved to this location (about a half a mile from the Wa... (more)
Canadian National No. 6789 idles at the depot with an excursion train bound for downtown Monticello. The engine is coupled to CN No 15421, a steam generator. Both were built for CN, the FPA-4 in... (more)
Southern No. 401 brings an excursion back from downtown Monticello on a beautiful Spring day.
Southern No. 401 rounds a bend out of the residential area and on towards downtown Monticello.
Metra 112 leads a outbound express train through LaGrange.
Southern 2-8-0 #401 pulls a return excursion north over a small trestle on the outskirts of downtown Monticello, IL.
Southern 2-8-0 #401
Built by Baldwin Locomotive Works in December of 1907 for the Southern Railway Company. It was later sold in 1949 to the Alabama Asphaltic Limestone Company before eventu... (more)
Southern 2-8-0 #401 chuggs past "Stair" tower while en route to downtown Monticello. The membership raised and donated $75,000 to construct this wood framed tower which was dedicated on... (more)