The Route of the Rockets! The Manly Junction Railroad Museum's CRIP E units are posed under a fading sunset.
Smoke from Canadian wildfires creates a beautiful filter at sunset. Here the two Manly Junction Railroad Museum Rock Island E units are displayed for a group night shoot.
Rock Island 630 and 652 pose at the former CRI&P yard at Manly, Iowa, during an S&B Productions night shoot. Both units, now cosmetically restored, are owned by Dan Sabin of the Iowa Northern Rail... (more)
The Manly Junction owned Rock Island E units were on loan to the Hub City Heritage Museum for "Railroad Days" display. Here the slant nosed 630 sits, casting it's reflection on the rail... (more)
Rock Island 630 and CGW 116-A all a glow during the blue hour in Oelwein, IA.
The Rock Island 630 is displayed at the Hub City Heritage RR Museum during their "Railroad Days" event. The two E Units have received recent cosmetic refurbishment by MAC in Kansas City... (more)
Rock Island E8A 652 and E6A 630, now owned by the Manly Junction Railway Museum/Iowa Northern Railway, make their public debut at the Hub City Heritage Corp. Railway Museum's 2017 Railroad Days ev... (more)
Rock Island E8A 652 and E6A 630, now owned by Iowa Northern Railway, make their public debut at the Hub City Heritage Corp. Railway Museum's 2017 Railroad Days event.
During the Fourth of July weekend, Southern 4501 was used to haul passengers on an excursion around Chicago and Indiana known as the Independence Limited. Prior to one of its runs, the steam loco... (more)
The late Roger Puta's slide was scanned and posted by Marty Bernard.
One of a kind paint E 6 630 was leading a westbound commuter train into Joliet Union Station.
CRI&P 630 was still in commuter service for the Rock when this photo was taken.
Rock Island E6 #630 switching at Chicago while E8 #660 rests in the background in this May 1973 scene. Photograph by more)
Rock Island 630 leads an outbound commutter train out of downtown Chicago in the summer of 1977.