An unusual visitor to the CP Nahant Yard
CP 473's power (right) rolls into the yard after uncoupling from the train in West Dav, meeting CP 4425 (left) pulling an RTC job.
SOO 4448 pulls a cut of cars from the Nahant Yard to the West Davenport Yard.
I&M Rail Link train 919 enters the yard in Nahant, IA returning from the IPSCO steel mill. This photo marks a turning point for me, as I used to hate having people in my photos as a die-hard rost... (more)
MILW 556, along with 705, rest at the Nahant, IA roundhouse in October of 1985.
IC&E/DM&E was less than a month away from returning to the CPRS family tree when their business train rolled into the Quad Cities.
Almost like the gold old days (of pre-CP ICE)...
Ex SP/SSW units being readied for return to owner.
Still in SOO in Nahant.
ICE power rests at Nahant yard which still proudly bears the Iowa, Chicago & Eastern name on the yard fuel tank.
Soo Line purchased the Milwaukee Road in 1985 and the CP finished their purchase ofthe SOO in 1990. One of the first SOO locos to be painted was the SOO 6607 which is shown here at Nahant(Davenpor... (more)
With downtown Davenport, IA in the background, ICE power sits in Nahant Yard waiting for new assignments.
In the autumn of the ICE's life, it's nice to see all the blue and yellow power congregated around Nahant's engine facility.
2 Loram GP-40 trail the road power on IC&E train MSPKC,seen backing up to their train.They are on the way home to their base in Kansas City MO.
A year before it received dynamic brakes, 6604 along with 6613 leads an eastbound into Nahant at 9:45 am. F2 KM