Autoparts for Kansas City, Mo.,'s Ford Assembly Plant near Claycomo, Mo., race west through Harristown, Ill., as the former Wabash searchlights still stand on May 23, 2015.
The NS Santa Train operated out of Decatur, IL used equipment from the Monticello Railroad Museum with WAB 1189 leading on former Wabash territory.
Norfolk Southern's Christmas train heads West through Harristown, past the Wabash SA type Searchlight signals, with our equipment from Monticello Railway Museum in charge.
Wabash 1189 trails on the excursion train as it returns east towards Decatur.
Passing through the small village of Harristown, Wabash 1189 achieves track speed, making its way towards Illiopolis.
Passing its own Wabash searchlights, #1189 heads back to Decatur, rolling through Harristown.
Wabash 1189 passes its former namesake railroad's searchlights at Harristown.
Loaded grain train D2M sits in the Pass at Righter waiting for westbound empty counterpart D2R as the sun sets over Central Illinois.
NS D2M departs out of the pass at Harristown after seeing an eastbound fly by on the main on November 28, 2010. NS 145 is right behind with 13 cars.
The westbound roadrailer passes the west end of Harristown Siding with foreign power today.
Auto parts train races by the old searchlight signals west of Decatur.
Grain train D2N out of Decatur heads west toward New Berlin & Jacksonville.
NS train 145 heads west at Harristown, Illinois on a warm fall afternoon.
Monticello Railway Museum's beautiful Wabash F unit leads Norfolk Southern's annual Santa Train from Decatur to Illiopolis.