NOTE: CB&Q Derail post at this late date......next time I get to Galva I'll have to check if it's still there......Tom.
Eastbound coal hits a little snow bank under the signal bridge at Galva.
Amtrak's "Saluting Our Veterans" cabbage 90221 leads the eastbound Illinois Zephyr through Galva.
Old CB&Q de-rail post survives at Galva as eastbound Quincy-Chicago service slams by at track speed whistle compliance excellent.
The eastbound Carl Sandberg hustles east toward Galva, Illinois and it's next station stop of Kewanee, Illinois.
An eastbound coal load leaves Galva in it's wake, approaching a CB&Q-era signal bridge that will likely be gone by the end of the year.
The California Zephyr blasts past the depot in Galva. The depot has since been razed.
An eastbound coal train braces a bitter cold trip across Illinois.
View of a high speed meet on the BNSF Mendota Subdivision east of Galva - B-ALTCHC1-28A - BNSF 5306, 709, 4345, 876, 5118, 925 - The speedometer on cab car 90218 on train Amtrak train 381 reads 80... (more)
Manifest freight passes the now razed depot at Galva westbound.
A single SD50 isnt doing much good in getting this brand new empty coal train up to track speed on the Mendota sub.
Loram rail grinder eastbound in the morning fog
The 261 steams for Galesburg and momentarily leaves the town of Galva in the dark.