ICG SW14s 1409 and 1408 are paired up on a caboose hop at Markham Yard, Homewood, IL on June 30, 1979. These units had uniquely rebuilt cabs, similar to a GP35 changing their look quite a bit from... (more)
ICG RS-1 re-engined by EMD waits for an assignment at former GM & O Glenn Yard.
ICG GP11 #8720 at Dyersburg, TN || April 1989
ICG 5050 and IC 5058 are paired up at Markham Yard engine facilities in their late 60s "modern" IC dreamsicle color scheme. Rare units on the IC/ICG, this color scheme was one of several... (more)
A KY built product pulls the Bluegrass Railroad Museums pumpkin patch train westward where patrons will take in the scenic overlook at Young's High Bridge, and stop at the trackside pumpkin patch ... (more)
An appropriately colored scheme to be leading a train to the trackside pumpkin patch. ICG 7738 powers through Milner, KY roughly halfway along the Bluegrass Railroad Museums 5.5 miles of former So... (more)
Always more to do. Work continues on 7738 keeping her in working order for pulling museum excursions, and to prep her for her upcoming role Oct. 10, 2015 where she and N&W 675 will lead photo frei... (more)
IC 9570, ICG 199570 wide vision caboose
Just another of well over a dozen cabeese on display at the Monticello Railway Museum.
3 of 4 operating locomotives at the Bluegrass Railroad Museum are visible here. Left to right is ICG GP8 7738, nearing the end of her cosmetic restoration that has been occurring over the past 2 y... (more)
Bluegrass Railroad Museum's recently repainted GP8 #7738 poses by a former N&W boxcar in the siding at Tyrone, KY. Many thanks to Joe Nugent and the entire BGRM volunteer crew for the hard work on... (more)
The Bluegrass Railroad Museum's Illinois Central Gulf unit leads their US Army six-axle flatcar and their Monon caboose down the former Southern LL Branch at Milner
The Bluegrass Railroad Museum's Illinois Central Gulf unit, poses at Trackside Farm in Versailles, Kentucky on a beautiful spring night.
The ICG Freight is heading up to the St. Charles Airline.