A nice string of unturbocharged power that must have sounded on a coal train.
Note the little paint touchup. Great looking in the old paint scheme. Photo by Bob Lehman.
This railroad usually had excellent looking power but this unit on the "Peoria Turn" is in need of paint. Photo by Jim Satterwhite, from my collection.
I prefer the old buttheads back to back like this. Photo by Jim Satterwhite, from my collection.
Not the most popular model but capable of a great throaty roar, this one is looking really spiffy as they usually did. Photo by Bob Lehman.
Chicago & Illinois Midland EMD SD18 No. 60 sits in repose for the night in September 1984 at the railroad’s locomotive shop in Springfield, Illinois. C&IM owned two low nose SD18s, Nos. 60 and 6... (more)
Chicago & Illinois Midland EMD SD38-2 No. 75 sits near the yard office at Powerton, Illinois, in March 1984. Sister locomotive No. 72, as well as SD18 No. 61 are also in the consist. The 2,000 hp ... (more)
Chicago & Illinois Midland EMD RS1325 No. 30, along with EMD SW1200 No. 20, sit outside near the railroad’s shop at Springfield, Illinois, in February 1984. Constructed by EMD in October 1960, C... (more)
A Chicago & Illinois Midland freight curves through downtown Pekin, Illinois, on February 17, 1991. Lead locomotive on the train—C&IM EMD SD38-2 No. 72—is about to pass over Illinois State Rou... (more)
No photographer listed on slide, from my collection.
C&IM SD9 #51, SD18 #60 and SD9 #53 near Atterberry, Illinois in March 1974. No photographer listed on slide.
Unknown photographer listed on slide, from my collection.