The westbound Blue Island - Council Bluffs road freight arrives South Amana as is passes the wye connection for the Cedar Rapids Sub.
IAIS 6988 arrives at Oxford, IA. In a short time, passengers will board the train and the first ride of the day will head for Coralville.
IAIS 700 arrives back at the South Amana yard with the 6988 and train.
A westbound IAIS road freight departs the yard at South Amana in the early afternoon.
A pair of Iowa Interstate GEVO's roll across a dry creek on the east side of the yard in South Amana, Iowa. The crew of CBBI has pulled out on the main and will then shove back into a yard track b... (more)
It's 6:17 AM, August 22, 2021. The steam crew has finished their early morning inspection/maintenance and proceed to connect 6988 to the passenger cars. In a few minutes, they'll grab a warrant an... (more)
The IAIS took delivery of 3 new ES44AC's from GE, #517-519. These new units pushed the SD38's the IAIS had left on their roster into storage. The 150's were slowly stored at the end of February 20... (more)
IAIS 500 and friends sit at the South Amana shops awaiting maintenance.
519, named after the first president for the Iowa Interstate) sits on track 7 before being put into service. Although 519 was the third new GEVO added to the fleet it was the second to arrive on t... (more)
Iowa Interstate business cars “Hawkeye” and “Abraham Lincoln” rest on a rainy day at the railroad’s yard at South Amana, Iowa, on April 6, 2016.
IAIS 517 sits in the shop at South Amana. 517 is the first of three new ES44ACs to be delivered to IAIS.
Westbound for Council Bluffs waits to be sorted at South Amana before being advanced to Newton.
SASI awaits departure from South Amana.
An aerial view of the Iowa Interstate South Amana Yard.
517, the first of three new GEVO's, gets prepped in the engine facility.