The last slant nose cab unit in regular service is ready to take its train to Chicago.
A well traveled Rock Island E8 leads even more well traveled steel commuter coaches past UD Tower.
The freshly restored Rock Geep is displayed just after sunset at the Illinois Railway Museum.
Four restored units are posed on the west end of the East Union Depot. From left to right, BN 5383 (U30C), C&NW 411 (F7A), CB&Q 504 (SD24) and CRI&P 4506 (GP7R).
The Rock Island 4506, recently refurbished by IRM, sits at the west end of the station tracks posed in front of the old EJ&E Spaulding tower after sunset.
CRIP 4506 and CBQ 504 lead the Caboose train out of IRM, passing the semaphores just west of the museum.
Train #6, the Quad City Rocket, departs La Salle Street Station with Rock Island's Bicentennial Unit on the point.
During Thomas days, Rock Island 4506 leads the Thomas train past Spaulding Tower.
CRIP 4506 and CBQ 504 lead a caboose train at IRM.
CRI&P 4506 prepares for departure, heading the first caboose train of the day on August 12th, 2018.
4506 holds outside the diesel shop.
Old Rock Island camp car turned fishing shack will soon be washed away during one of the many Rock River floods.
The Manly Junction owned Rock Island E units were on loan to the Hub City Heritage Museum for "Railroad Days" display. Here the slant nosed 630 sits, casting it's reflection on the rail... (more)
Rock Island 4506, on its first day in service, leads the coach train east back into the IRM depot.
Rock Island 4506 rolls Eastward and approaches a farmers crossing East on the Illinois Railway Museum at Union, Illinois Sunday, July 8 2018. The newly restored locomotive debuted this weekend. St... (more)