The Route of the Rockets! The Manly Junction Railroad Museum's CRIP E units are posed under a fading sunset.
Smoke from Canadian wildfires creates a beautiful filter at sunset. Here the two Manly Junction Railroad Museum Rock Island E units are displayed for a group night shoot.
An Photo charter night shoot S&B and Iowa Northern put on to rase cash for the 2 E's as they will not run.
Rock Island 630 and 652 pose at the former CRI&P yard at Manly, Iowa, during an S&B Productions night shoot. Both units, now cosmetically restored, are owned by Dan Sabin of the Iowa Northern Rail... (more)
A parked train on the main line at Manly siding shows the effect of weekend storm on the spine line as a new crew gets ready to take over. A plow train has just cleared the line to the south open... (more)
Two UP Geeps lead a southbound local manifest passed wind turbine blades awaiting offloading at the new Manly Terminal in fresh snow.
The Iowa Northern's North Crew is just pulling into Manly. Manly is the end of the line on the north end of the railroad. The crew will interchange cars with the Union Pacific before heading back ... (more)
The Iowa Northern "North Job" pauses at Manly, IA. It will wait until a UP train passes and will then get a T/A to use UP trackage and connect to the IANR line south towards Waterloo, IA.
At this point the North Job is merely a light engine move as it transits UP track in Manly, IA. It will pick up 5 cars in the yard and then head south to Waterloo.
An IAIR yard job switches cars in the small yard at Manly that serves a car repair shop.
UP Operation Lifesaver special operating between Manly and Mason City on the former Rock Island.
A potash train is slowing down to head in the siding at Manly. Manly is located 7 miles north of Mason City, IA. This potash train came off the CN at South Itasca, WI, and is heading more than lik... (more)
On display in the park in downtown Manly Iowa.
On the final leg to Mason City.