With more yellow and rust than when I last saw her 4 years ago, Alliance Grain's critter still toils in Gibson City.
Bloomer Line 7549 brings a cut of ethanol cars out to the NS interchange.
Torpedo Geep 7549 shows off its classic profile as it drags a cut of dried distiller's grains and ethanol out to the Norfolk Southern interchange tracks on the west side of Gibson City. This unit... (more)
Sleeping away on a cold night in Gibson City.
A Bloomer Line GP7 begins to shove a cut of former CNW hopper cars back into the plant after being loaded with corn at one of the huge grain mills in Gibson City Illinois.
GP10 7549, the Bloomer Line's high hood unit, is dwarfed by the local grain elevator in Gibson City.
The Bloomer's high nose GP10 sits at a grain elevator in Gibson City.
In Gibson City, the Bloomer Line's Plymouth 12 ton keeps company with three of the old Geeps, which include a pair of GP10's and a high hood GP9.
One of the Bloomer locals blast south out of Sibley with 29 grain loads out of Colfax, IL, bound for the ethanol plant at Gibson City, IL. The other local is on their way to Colfax with 35 empties... (more)
One of the Bloomer locals blast south out of Strawn with 29 grain loads out of Colfax, IL, bound for the ethanol plant at Gibson City, IL. The other local just left Risk with 35 empties bound for ... (more)
The only Bloomer high-hood waits for its next assignment at an elevator on the west side of town.
Bloomer GP9 #71 and GP10 #7561 lead a southbound train at Chatsworth, IL, October 2001.
Waiting for its next call to duty.
Bloomer 7591 sits waiting for it's next assignment in Gibson City.