KJRY covered wagons....last call! Making their way across the Spoon River in Seville, the KJRY continues to La Harpe with the westbound road freight from Mapleton. The F units will begin an extend... (more)
Railfans say their goodbyes as the Keokuk Junction F units make their last trip west across the Spoon River at Seville, Illinois.
Due to crossing signal maintenance from Canton to Cuba, the westbound Canton Cannonball made a delayed departure from Mapleton, IL.
Keokuk Junction Railway's B unit is missing from the classic A-B-A lashup as a former CSXT GP16 fills in. The Westbound train crosses the Spoon River Bridge on Thursday afternoon. Steve Smedley
On March 8, 2017 the Keokuk Junction Railway's freight out of Mapleton, Ill., soars over the Spoon River with the F-unit A-B-A set and a special treat, PREX SW1300 1301, in the Fulton County villa... (more)
Westbound KJRY train with the A-B-A set of FP9's and a SW1300 cross the Spoon River bridge on a perfect Spring afternoon.
The Monday after the Santa Train of the Keokuk JunctionRailway, the B unit is back in the rotation after more shop work at LaHarpe which included replacing the auxiliary generator. Even at a crawl... (more)
Keokuk Junction Railway power (FP9s Nos. 1750 and 1752, and GP20 No. 2003) cross the Spoon River at Seville, Illinois, on April 7, 2016. The locomotives are running light to Bushnell to switch the... (more)
Keokuk Junction F units crosses over the Spoon River
Springtime at Spoon River.
Canton Cannonball crosses the Spoon River near Seville, Illinois with Classic Cabs leading.
Keokuk Junction Railway's Canton Cannonball rolls across the rebuilt Spoon River crossing at Seville, population 9, as the train nears Kiki Hollow.
Steve Smedley photo
The Canton Cannonball on the run.
The Canton Cannonball crosses the Spoon River on its way to meet the Keokuk turn at Good Hope.
The Peoria & Western Railway's crew of engineer Dave Henry and conductor Jake Streitmatter take the Canton Cannonball westward at Seville, Illinois, over the Spoon River bridge.
SAM SMEDLEY PHOTO