This was the locomotive that the railroad was started with.
BJR's 714 sits in the Ottumwa Yard near sunset.
Burlington Junction Railway's S13 and RS4TC bask in the morning sunlight after heavy rains drenched the area last night. From what I was told, the BJRY crew usually shows up Mon-Fri approx 0900hrs... (more)
The ex-CN unit in a much better paint scheme now.
Although the sign on the office door still reports the railroad as American Railroad's Missouri and Valley Park Railroad, this operation in Fenton, MO, has been recently taken over by the Burlingt... (more)
Big brother / little brother pose outside of TLC.
It's a cool May morning and in a hour BJRY 1607 and 8352 will be hard at work for the day on the Burlington Junction Railway in Quincy, Illinois. Note BJRY 8352 was the first ever GP11 ever built.
An old soldier takes a rest from shuffling cars around in the industrial park at Rochelle.
BJRY 44 at Burlington, IA.
When's the last time you saw a freshly painted MLW S13? For me, this was the first time...
Burlington Junction SW9 900 sits on a spur next to the BNSF at Montgomery. BJRY took over the switching operations around Montgomery sometime in 2008.
The Burlington Junction's rare Alco C415 No. 702 (ex-Southern Pacific) picks up a loaded lumber car near the shop.
BJRY 702 shows off her SP heritage while awaiting the day's work.
The Burlington Junction operates about 3 miles of ex Rock Island track along the Burlington, Iowa riverfront. They interchange with the BNSF (BN) here at Burlington.