A favorite from Diesel Days this year was the Illinois Terminal GP7 powering the caboose train. It's seen passing Seeman Road, heading back to the museum.
An interior cab view of the 1953 built GP7 at IRM.
Illinois Terminal GP7 1605 rests outside the diesel shop at the IRM.
Still in green three months before the ITC's acquisition by Norfolk & Western.
Distinctive paint job, very visible.
A colorful lineup is seen outside the shed at IRM.
One of only two applications of friction bearings to flexicoil trucks that I know of. You have to be hard core backward to ask for that option. Upon reflection I think this may have been Granite... (more)
An SW7 sits at an NW engine terminal in Chicago. This loco was a UP unit before ending up on the IT.
Illinois Terminal Flexi-coil trucked SW1200 1206 rests adjacent to the dilapitated, but still in use, interurban carbarn in Springfield, IL.
ITC M.U 362 sits on display at the Fox River Trolley Museum.
An Illinois Terminal Railroad GP7 waits its turn to "pass in review" at the annual Illinois Railway Museum "Diesel Days" celebration.
The Illinois Traction System built eighteen of these "Class B" type electric locomotives between 1910 and 1918. These "Class B" type locomotives remained in freight service for the Illinois Termin... (more)
Illinois Terminal 415 heads around the trolley loop. Notice the wig-wag in the background, which is now in working order.
Northbound Illinois Terminal train. Note PNC #2000 in the consist.