Amtrak's Corridor Clipper (AMTK 10004) takes a ride on the front of Amtrak Northeast Regional #175 from New York to Boston. Because of a derailment two days before, locomotives ran around their tr... (more)
Swift Refrigerator Line Reefer
The Monticello Railway Museum has a huge collection of not only steam and diesel engines, but passenger cars, MOW cars and a rather impressive collection o... (more)
Mississippi Eastern Railway Company 4-6-0 #303
This handsome ten wheeler was built by Alco in 1916 for the Mississippi Eastern as their #303. It was sold in 1934 to the Lancaster & Che... (more)
Republic Steel Corporation 0-6-0 #191
This 65 ton engine was built by the American Locomotive Works in 1916 for Republic Steel of Massilon, Ohio. It was purchased by the Monticello Rai... (more)
Monticello Railway Museum's first steam engine, an 0-4-0T saddle tank engine, greets guests at the end of an off ramp off Hwy 72. The engine was built by the American Locomotive Works in 1925 for... (more)
Western Indiana Aggregate & Stone's 0-4-0T No. 1 greets the public by an off ramp of Interstate 72 in Monticello, IL. Taking the turn at the entrance to Iron Horse Place will lead railfans to the... (more)
Amtrak's Phase II heritage unit leads a detoured Texas Eagle south through Bongard, IL.
SLRG 515 and 100 lead the Iowa Pacific special by the Rock Island depot in Depue, closing in on Bureau.
On Metra territory, SLRG 515 and 100 roll through suburban Mokena.
Iowa Pacific's westbound special slowly makes its way through Rockdale.
Shore Line East GP40-2H leads a deadhead train into Stamford Station while crossing in front of a New haven Line train.
The Monticello Railway Museum This is the logo of the Monticello Railway Museum featuring Southern 2-8-0 No. 401. The not-for-profit museum was founded in 1966 and was originally known as... (more)
Illinois Central GP-11 No. 8733, (built in 1980) pulls a MOW train north through Monticello, IL during Monticello Railway Museum's Rai... (more)