Moonlight and stainless-steel: Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Electro-Motive Division E5 No 9911-A was built in 1940 with stainless-steel fluting and side panels, and still glistens under a full m... (more)
A silver tail brings up the end of the coast starlight. These former California Zephyr cars have been spared from the scuppers torch and are available to charter.
The remaining CB&Q searchlights may be getting replaced at an alarming rate, but it's always important to remember that we have the CB&Q 9911-A, the last remaining E5(A) in existence.
CB&Q Hudson #3007 rests quietly at the museum as the Leviathan and Lehigh Valley Coal tank engine wait their next assignments.
CB&Q parlor observation car Jupiter is on the rear of the five car NEBRASKA ZEPHYR set behind SCL EMD 501. This articulated set of equipment was sold to Saudi Arabia and is the mate to the set at ... (more)
CB&Q meets CB&Q! CB&Q E5 9911-A leads the Nebraska Zephyr west through Mendota, passing CB&Q 4978 on display at the Mendota Union Depot Museum.
Running at track speed, IRM's handsome Nebraska Zephyr passenger special cruises away from the rapidly setting sun, nearing Leland, IL.
The Sunday run of the Nebraska Zephyr departs CUS. Making good time, this train will hit Galesburg in just under three hours.
After slowing for a track defect, the Silver Pilot races back to track speed rolling through the TP&W crossing at Bushnell.
The Nebraska Zephyr weaves it's way westbound through Buda with an Illinois Railway Museum-Amtrak excursion.
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.
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)
An oldie but goodie shot on Kodachrome II film near LaGrange, IL on the July 4 weekend of 1966. Never to se seen again :).
CB&Q 4960 is pulling the annual Circus Train to Milwaukee. This engine is now the Grand Canyon 4960.