An Iowa Interstate plow train backs into the racks at Iowa City for fuel before pushing on west. IAIS' plow #7511 led the Council Bluffs-Bureau flip after a strong winter storm drifted the eastern... (more)
513 and 503 are gathered at the sand tower on a cold December night.
The sun reflects off the rear section of the hood on 510 as it pulls a westbound train out of Iowa City.
An eagle watches as 505 in DP mode pushes the east bound into Iowa City.
An old relative comes home for a visit! Patriot Renewable Fuel's 250 sits on the engine house track presumably waiting to be serviced. 250 was formerly one of two SW's owned by the Iowa Interstate... (more)
Its Christmas Eve, the 24 hour snow has come to an end, and the moon has broken through the clouds to watch 714 as it sits next to the sand tower waiting for the Iowa Interstate to resume service ... (more)
GEVO 500 leads the Cedar Rapids turn past the former Rock Island Depot in Iowa City.
719 leads the westbound BICB over the Iowa River on a beautiful late November Sunday. Twenty miles west, the power will be turned at Yocum Connection and GEVO 501 will become the leader.
Passing the old Depot that may see passenger trains soon if the new Governor doesn't swash it.
The sun came out just at the right time to highlight the red and black on heritage GEVO 513 as it works in DP crossing the Iowa River on a late running CRIC turn.
Trains and planes. A pair of IAIS GEVO's roll across the Iowa River while a series of jet contrails crisscross the blue sky.
Spose that GEVO is just too heavy causing that face to grimace?
Three GEVO's pretty much fill up the center spans of the most photographed bridge on the Iowa Interstate system. 507 leads 501 and 512 bringing the CRIC turn into the Iowa City Yard.
On a cold January afternoon, GEVO 501 scoots under the Highway 6 bridge at MP277.
Iowa governor Chet Culver's campaign train rolls across the Iowa River Bridge in Iowa City during his whistle stop tour.