Southern 401 charges past the Monticello Railway Museum's Nelson Crossing siding during Railroad Days as passengers disembark the museum's freight train.
Built in November of 1907 by Baldwin Locomotive Works SR 401 is a H-4 Class type Consolidation the only surviving one of it's class was built to haul freight for the Southern Railway til it was re... (more)
The engineer looks ahead as he guides the second to last trips of the day on the Southern 401, a 1907 2-8-0 Baldwin product, designed for lighter branch lines.
Taken the 17th of September, 20... (more)
Southern 401 departs Nelson Crossing with the 1:30pm train to Monticello.
Southern 401 arrives into downtown Monticello with a coach train.
Southern 401 is ready to depart Nelson's Crossing with a wedding special.
Southern 401 pauses during an afternoon run between Nelson's Crossing and downtown Monticello.
Southern 401 steams up out of the river valley bound for downtown Monticello.
Southern 401 pauses at the former Wabash depot in downtown Monticello, Illinois, with a special evening wedding run.
It's early in the morning, and MRYM crews are moving equipment into position for the day's festivities. Here, SOU 2-8-0 401 backs out after a stop at the station, sending out a good burst of water... (more)
Passengers prepare to board Southern 401's train at the Monticello Railway Museum for a trip to downtown Monticello.
Southern 401 departs the Monticello Railway Museum on another run to downtown Monticello.
Southern 401, a 1907 Baldwin, rounds a curve into downtown Monticello as it powers a Monticello Railway Museum excursion during the museum’s Railroad Days event, which sees an expanded train sched... (more)
Southern 401 poses next to Stair Tower, as it prepares to pull into the station to take on passengers.
Southern 401 sits in front of Stair tower, waiting for another train to pull into the depot before it can depart.