Crandic's interurban heritage is evident in the trackage around Iowa City with a series of sharp curves take the tracks through town. The IAIS bridge over the Iowa River can be seen in the backgr... (more)
Originally a UP GP9, 303 wears her other former owner, Precision National, colors as it basks in the summer sun across from the IAIS Headquarter building. This power set will take CBBI to Chicago... (more)
Ohio Central 9940 is one of four OHCR SD40-2s the IAIS has on the property for a 6-month lease period.
A quintet of fairly new IAIS GP38-2s team up to handle BICB into Iowa City.
Iowa Interstate's only ex-Rock Island engine leads the "west train" over the Iowa River in Iowa City.
LLPX 2809 West leads an ICCR turn past the former Rock Island Depot at Iowa City enroute to the CRANDIC's Smith-Dows Yard at the southwest end of Cedar Rapids.
SD-38 LLPX 2809 leads three sisters over the Iowa River, headed for Cedar Rapids with 109 cars.
Crandic's Job 2 prepares to head back to Cedar Rapids after making a transfer run to the Iowa Interstate at Iowa City.
The Hawkeye Express prepares to load passengers after a night FB game.
Train "BICB" drills the west end of Iowa City Yard. The SD-38's at the rear of the consist were brought in from Moscow, and will be left in Iowa City for tonight's turn back to Rock Island.
The Hawkeye Express departs Kinnick Stadium after dropping off a load of passengers for the IA-ISU FB game.
A crew member boards the engine in preparation for another run of the Hawkeye Express FB Game Train.
The Ski Train operating as the Hawkeye FB Game Express waits in between runs to the stadium.
A 5-unit lashup